Julie Lythcott-Haims
Julie Lythcott-Haims
I care about people emerging into their true selves, and I am interested in examining that which gets in their way.

The New York Times Weighs in on Real American...


“Lyricism that hums with frustration and sadness”

“Important and inherent and instructive to understanding how a culture of whiteness can affect a person of color”

“Her feelings metamorphose into palpable anger and resentment as she reaches adulthood, and she finally begins to grasp the perversity of a system that tries to undermine black Americans from the moment they arrive in the world”



2018 Book Tour

1.11 Santa monica, ca
1.24 Concord, MA
1.25 - Natick, MA
1.26 - Cambridge, MA
1.27 - Provincetown, MA
1.29 Atlanta, GA


1.30 - Atlanta, GA
2.1 - New Milford, CT
2.2 - Cleveland, OH
2.7 - San Francisco, CA
2.12 - San Antonio, TX
2.23 - Santa Rosa, CA

2018. This is the year where the left hand and right hand come together, where I try to make my worlds and my work converge, where I talk about race and microaggressions and what that did to distort and contort me, and talk about the lack of agency in kids due to overparenting and what to do about it, and it's the year when I'll write my third book, How to Be an Adult, in an attempt to be of use to my #millennial friends struggling with adulting. 

What ties it all together is this:  I love humans, I believe in all of us, I root for all of us, I want us all to have a chance to make it in this one precious life. 

Thanks for joining me here. We’re in it together.