Ali Wong talks parenthood, gets vulnerable before release of uproariously funny book, 'Dear Girls'

By Jennifer McClellan | including 1 item
Comedian and actress Ali Wong's first book, "Dear Girls," is everything her fans would expect: raunchy, real and uproariously funny. Framed as a collection of letters to her daughters, the memoir details Wong’s rebellious youth, sexual exploits and life as a wife and mother. It’s out Tuesday. At times, Wong, 37, is definitively R-rated. Expect details on pre- and post-coital routines, smoking weed and ayahuasca ceremonies. Then, she’s vulnerable. She talks about the struggle of being the “accident” sibling and not relating to her mother growing up. And, later in life, fighting to find success in comedy as a woman and an Asian. Through it all, she’s the best kind of funny.