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©️ Phoebe Robinson 2019

A New York Times Best Seller

-Ilana Glazer

Co-Creator & Co-Star of Broad City

     A MUST-READ…

Phoebe Robinson discusses race and feminism in such a funny, real, and specific way, it penetrates your brain and stays with you."

"You Can't Touch My Hair is the book we need right now. Robinsomakes us think about race and feminism in new ways, thanks to her  WHIP-SMART COMEDY and expert use of a pop culture reference. The future is very bright because Robinson and her book are in it.

-Jill Soloway

Creator of Transparent

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-Lindy West

New York Times bestselling author of Shrill

"Gut-and patriarchy-busting

essay collection marks the literary grand entrance of comedian Phoebe Robinson."

"Phoebe Robinson says the things that need to be said, and does so eloquently and hilariously." 

-O Magazine

-Mara Wilson

Author of Where Am I Now?

"Phoebe Robinson has a way of casually, candidly rough-housing with tough topics like race and sex and gender that makes you feel a little safer and a lot less alone. If something as wise and funny as You Can't Touch My Hair exists in the world, we can't all be doomed. Phoebe is my hero and this book is my wife."

“Here's the thing: if Phoebe Robinson isn't on your radar, then you need to fix that ASAP. You might as well start with the hilarious comic's nonfiction debut - a collection of essays on such topics as gender, black life in America, and Michael Fassbender's penis.”

-Thrillist

Uproarious

Robinson reflects on the annoying parts of black life in America with humor and soul.”

-RedBook

"You Can't Touch My Hair is one of the funniest books about race, dating, and Michael Fassbender. The world is burning, and  Phoebe Robinson is the literary feminist savior we've been looking for."

-Hasan Minhaj

Senior correspondent on The Daily Show

"Moving, poignant, witty, and funny …

a promising debut

by a talented, genuinely funny writer."

-Publishers Weekly

"Anyone who follows 2 Dope Queens, Robinson's spot-on series, will enjoy this guided essay tour into  one of the most promising nonfiction voices to emerge so far this year."

-Essence

"A collection of comic essays with bite. Hilarious and sobering."

-People Magazine

"Don't delay! Read this smart, funny, and insightful book by the wonderful and talented Phoebe Robinson."

-Carrie Brownstein

Portlandia