On mysterious women's diseases, work culture, mothering, and the struggle to stop yearning for wealth and power. Honest, unflinching personal essays from a chronically ill, ex-startup CEO searching for redemption.
“Rae's ability to weave the visceral feelings of personal experience with thoughtful, scientific analysis leaves me feeling whole, like my heart and brain just hugged and said "this is all insane but at least we've got each other.”
Alex Dobrenko`, Both Are True
“Rae Katz explores our inner workings with wit and grace.”
Michelle Spencer, Armchair Rebel
“Outstanding, deeply personal writing on women's health, the cult(ure) of entrepreneurship and "work," money and power.”
Bowen Dwelle, An Ordinary Disaster