Books by Molly Jong-Fast

Molly Jong-Fast is the twenty-one-year-old daughter of Erica Jong and Jonathan Fast. Her essays and articles have appeared in Mademoiselle, Marie-Claire, The Forward, and Mode. She lives in New York City with her cocker spaniel, Godzuki.


THE SOCIAL CLIMBER'S HANDBOOK by Molly Jong-Fast
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 26, 2011

"Darkly comic take on the 'greed is good' shenanigans that led up to the recent financial apocalypse."
Young Manhattan matron comes up with a unique solution to emerging threats to her family's future. Read full book review >
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: April 12, 2005

"Jong-Fast is the Joan Rivers for slackers: she delights in pushing the boundaries of libel only to retreat, all in the spirit of good clean fun. After all, what else does she have to write about?"
From the author of the debut novel Normal Girl (2000): shallow, neurotic, very funny essays that continue to milk the writer's relations to famous mother Erica Jong and grandfather Howard Fast. Read full book review >
NORMAL GIRL by Molly Jong-Fast
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 2000

"The young author's prose displays a reckless energy and clever turns of phrase that bode well for future work, but this first attempt is cartoonish, derivative, and immeasurably too familiar."
The 20-year-old Jong-Fast (daughter of Erica Jong and Jonathan Fast) makes her literary debut with more style than substance in this slim novel about the travails of a privileged, seriously addicted young woman making the scene in New York's kiddy society. Read full book review >