Milk Fed: Food for thought on the erotic possibilities of frozen yogurt

new novel takes an original and refreshing approach towards the fraught subjects of eating disorders, dysfunctional relationships and sex

11th April, 2021
Milk Fed: Food for thought on the erotic possibilities of frozen yogurt
Melissa Broder: her second novel, Milk Fed, is writing at its boldest, brightest and least self-conscious

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Milk Fed

By Melissa Broder

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