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Walking the line between self-obsession and thoughtful portraiture, Smyles explores an inextricable link between sex and loneliness, self-loathing and self-acceptance in contemporary New York.” —Kirkus Reviews “In engaging episodes, Iris-the-character neurotically navigates dating in New York City, smokes pot on Greek islands with hapless lovers, drinks too much, deals with disapproving family, and eats a lot of cannoli.

Smyles's surreal, lyrical voice elevates these every day scenarios into the realm of the fantastic and absurd. She is unafraid to reveal and revel in her character's flaws because it is what makes them so achingly, relatably human.” —Interview Magazine “Crafty comic writer Iris Smyles continues to follow the life of her fictional antihero, Iris, in Dating Tips for the Unemployed...

“If she is drinking bourbon neat and sitting by herself, don't bother buying her a drink. "Whoever told you that chicks like it when you act like an asshole is an idiot,"says Yorsz.11. “I have seen girls leave the bar with guys that I thought would never happen. "It's really easy to do, and while nothing is 100%, I promise if you're respectful, your success rate with talking to women at a bar will make a noticeable jump," says Gudger.

The reason is simple; the guy made her laugh,” says Welsh.

One of the Believer's "Best Books of the Year" One of the Nervous Breakdown's "Best Books of the Year" “The prodigiously inventive Smyles melds novel, autobiography, and all manner of asides as she flails at art, love, and friendship with the wry intelligence of someone just wise enough to realize they have no idea what they're doing.

A flat-out joy to read.”—O, The Oprah Magazine“Dating Tips for the Unemployed is a charming (yes, charming!

I went in search of that when I visited love coach Daniel Vercetti after hearing about ‘Love Systems’ that promised to make you more successful with the ladies.

Like any other guy I get nervous when approaching women.

), bravura performance by a writer whose comic chops, literary inventiveness, and crisp prose produce the smoothest of literary smoothies, something like a cocktail of Dorothy Parker, James Joyce, and Philip Roth iced, sweetened, and blended.” —The Nervous Breakdown “Especially if you power through it in one sitting—or one 'lounging'—this collection of rambling and loose-jointed vignettes perfectly encapsulates the feeling of being mired in the strange muck of the late '20s and early '30s, stuck between 'fake adult' and 'actual adult.' Interspersed with amusingly bizarre vintage advertisements for books like Crafting With Cannoli Box String, Smyles' book feels like leafing through an extraordinary personal diary, at times both blunt and lyrical.” —Elle, "8 Next-Level Beach Reads" “Whimsy, satire, and rollicking social commentary… Smyles is a misanthrope-of-the-people, a standout on the order of Fran Lebowitz.”—East Hampton Star “The title isn’t just a cuteness, this is a practical book for impractical people.