Named by Bustle as one of eight women writers with advice to follow, Tracy Strauss has published memoir and essays in Glamour, Ms. Magazine, The Huffington Post, Salon, Publisher’s Weekly, Ploughshares, The Rumpus, xoJane, Poets & Writers Magazine, Writer’s Digest Magazine, WBUR’s Cognoscenti, Dame Magazine, The Feminist Wire, The Satirist, The Dodo, The Southampton Review, Solstice Literary Magazine, Beyond the Margins, and other publications. The 2015 Boston Writers’ Room Fellow in Nonfiction and former essays editor for The Rumpus, Tracy has appeared on The Steve Harvey Show as a relationship blogger for The Huffington Post.
A modern-day Bridget Jones’s Diary-meets-Dear-Evan-Hanson, Tracy’s debut self-help/relationships book, I Just Haven’t Met You Yet, is an open love letter to her future life partner, detailing the trials and tribulations of dating, sharing with readers the transformative lessons and self-empowerment she learned on her journey to overcome personal struggles (including her PTSD diagnosis and recovery) and find the love of her life.
After a Publisher’s Weekly Soapbox piece (subsequently reprinted in Ms. Magazine) aired about the cowardice of publishers to take on Tracy’s unflinching, all-too-real story, I Just Haven’t Met You Yet (May 2019) found a home with Skyhorse Publishing and will debut in May 2019.
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