Francesca Serritella

Francesca Serritella graduated cum laude from Harvard University, where she won the Thomas Temple Hoopes Prize, the Le Baron Russell Briggs Fiction Prize, and the Charles Edmund Horman Prize for her creative writing.

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Betting on a Lady Gaga encounter, and losing | Francesca Serritella

But this is Vegas, we thought, “no” is just an opening bid. You can’t quit after one loss (or five). You have to double down, ante up.

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The moms who aren’t Mom | Francesca Serritella

Honoring the additional, important women who mothered in their own ways.

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Late to the TV party | Francesca Serritella

Forget shared values: I’m looking for someone with the same gaps in their TV viewing.

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Breaking in is hard to do | Francesca Serritella

The only thing harder than getting into non-stretch jeans is getting out of wet ones.

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We’re all stars, performing our lives | Francesca Serritella

A teenager’s world is so small, success feels zero-sum. If she gets the part, I don’t. If he likes her, I’ll have no one. If that college accepts him, they won’t take another. In a small pond, every ripple rocks your boat.

At risk for Sad Single Lady Death | Francesca Serritella

I’m a tough cookie.But the flu waged a sneak attack.

Suddenly too old for the men my age | Francesca Serritella

The problem is, women are too old for men their age as soon as we become interested in them. When I was 16 , I was definitely too old, emotionally speaking, for my 16-year-old boyfriend.

Racing to last place | Francesca Serritella

This spring, I've attempted to restore the summer body I had in July '09, with the help of a gift card for SoulCycle.