Books Sloane Crosley Books by Sloane Crosley Sloane Crosley has written books about: Literary Fiction Fiction Travel Comedy Nonfiction Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email NPR stories about Sloane Crosley Review Book Reviews This 'Clasp' Doesn't Quite Hold Together October 13, 2015 Sloane Crosley's new novel, The Clasp, follows a group of disaffected 30-somethings who gather for a classmate's posh wedding — but the casual misanthropy of the characters dims the book's pleasures. New In Paperback Big Names Are Back: Keith Richards, Marlo Thomas, Gary Shteyngart, And More May 5, 2011 Lots of big names are back in paperback form this week: There are two new dystopian novels from Bret Easton Ellis and Gary Shteyngart, and memoirs from Keith Richards, Marlo Thomas and rising humorist Sloane Crosley. Chris Silas Neal Critics' Lists: Summer 2010 Fun In The Sun: Laugh-Out-Loud Summer Books July 21, 2010 Read these books at the beach, and people two towels over will wonder why you're chortling. There are plenty of books that will make you laugh, but critic Heller McAlpin separates the mere giggles from the all-out gut-busters. The Week's Best Stories From NPR Books Humorist Sloane Crosley's Got Your 'Number' July 10, 2010 Crosley's first collection of humor essays, I Was Told There'd Be Cake, focused on her misadventures in Manhattan. In How Did You Get This Number, the Random House publicist takes her funny, fish-out-of-water experiences overseas. Humorist Sloane Crosley's Got Your 'Number' Listen · 5:15 5:15 Toggle more options Download Embed Embed <iframe src="https://www.npr.org/player/embed/128409260/128443490" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player"> Transcript Review The Week's Best Stories From NPR Books 'How Did You Get This Number': Dial W For Wit June 30, 2010 Sloane Crosley follows I Was Told There'd Be Cake with a new collection of sparkling personal essays. She serves up humorous observations and mordant opinions in carefully calibrated cocktails of self-absorption and self-deprecation.