Everyone wants to get out right now (even if we can’t), and the bestselling debut Life of the Party by Tea Hacic-Vlahovic is the perfect escape. It-girl Tea Hacic-Vlahovic’s many hats include writer/columnist for Wired, Vice (among others), performer, comedian, TV host, and filmmaker.
- What are outgoing people–people who love being social–doing to manage isolation and shelter in place? Millions at home feel stir crazy right now and can’t get out, especially people who love restaurants, parties and nightlife. Tea lets us in on ways to infuse some energy and fun into our nights at home.
- Social media and creativity- Tea discusses how creative people can survive using a variety of platforms from Instagram live to Zoom.
- Virtual social life- Everyone needs to connect with people, and Tea is a master at using every platform available to reach out to people. From Zoom parties to Facebook to Instagram and Snapchat, Tea illuminates the many ways to “see” people, stay safe and still have a good time.
- From party girl to professional, you don’t have to wear sweats and look dumpy to be comfortable at home and online. Tea offers some easy tips to looking good and making the most out of your online visits.
Tea is a smart, fun, exciting presence, and her true-life adventures inspired a book you won’t put down until you finish! A welcome respite, not to mention, some great stories! Think Fear and loathing in Las Vegas…
Tea Hacic-Vlahovic is a Croatian-American writer based in Los Angeles. Formerly a columnist for Vice and Wired Italy, contributing editor of Wonderland Magazine, director of Bullett TV and contributor to i-D, Dazed, Oyster, Flaunt and Autre Magazine. She’s the founder and creative director of a satirical art magazine based in Milan called STAI ZITTA.