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Introducing a witty, perceptive and refreshingly candid new literary voice – Mara Wilson, the beloved child star of Matilda and Mrs Doubtfire, writes openly about her experiences growing up on film sets and finding her place in the world in her forthcoming book Where Am I Now? For details visit the campaign page.
“Every time Mara Wilson opens her mouth, we like her even more.” The Huffington Post
“Wilson is more compelling as an adult than she was a child. Her writing is sharp, funny, and critical of the film industry and expectations placed on women who live their lives in public.” – Longreads.com
“The coolest girl to ever dump Hollywood.” -Refinery 29
“Growing up, I wanted to BE Mara Wilson. I always loved that she portrayed strong characters, especially as a female, even as a young child. Where Am I Now? is a delight.” – Ilana Glazer, co-creator and star of Broad City
“Former child star Mara Wilson has grown up to be a moving, funny, and thoughtful storyteller. Well, not up. As I understand it, she’s still approximately the same height.” -Megan Amram, comedian and author of Science . . . For Her!
“You don’t have to be a fellow neurotic Jew who grew up in Southern California to adore this book. Though Mara Wilson’s childhood was unique, the themes of Where Am I Now? are universal.” –Rachel Bloom, creator and star of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend