Sloane Crosley

author of the new collection of essays “Look Alive Out There”

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Humorist Sloane Crosley talks about her new collection of essays -- including her attempt to scale a mountain in Ecuador, despite having zero climbing experience and no equipment.

'Look Alive Out There:' A collection of funny essays

Humorist Sloane Crosley talks about her new collection of essays -- including her attempt to scale a mountain in Ecuador, despite having zero climbing experience and no equipment.

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