Tracy Quan’s latest novel is Diary of a Jetsetting Call Girl, set in Provence and praised in The Nation as a “deft account of occupational rigors and anxieties before the crash.” Quan’s debut, Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl, and the sequel, Diary of a Married Call Girl, are international bestsellers. A regular columnist for The Guardian, she has written for many publications including Cosmopolitan, The Financial Times, and The New York Times.
In her clever new novel, Gill Hornby goes inside the mean-girls world of privileged moms. MORE
Tracy Quan offers a fan’s guide to a new film version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Jesus Christ... MORE
Trafficking, sex, virginity, and the ‘Taken’ franchise. By Tracy Quan. MORE
Tracy Quan examines what celebrity relationship archetypes to emulate and to avoid. MORE
The first season of Assange’s talk show ended Tuesday, and Tracy Quan sings its praises. MORE
Tracy Quan examines the dating-service argument of the accused ‘Soccer-Mom Madam.’ MORE
A new documentary dives deep into prostitution around the world—Tracy Quan talked to the filmmaker. MORE
Tracy Quan looks at why we still remember Deep Throat’s star and her melodramatic life. MORE
Tracy Quan on Moore’s recent unraveling.
Tracy Quan on the difficult nonmonogamous waters Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore reportedly swam in. MORE
Isabelle Huppert is fabulous playing a call girl, Tracy Quan writes. MORE
Despite his most-wanted status and allegations of sexual misconduct, the WikiLeaks founder is... MORE
One question keeps coming up in the increasingly ugly story of Charlie Sheen and porn star Capri... MORE
The documentary Client 9 is a sympathetic portrayal of Spitzer, but doesn't explain his hypocrisy.... MORE