Was it the graphic depiction of why they're no longer able to have much anal sex? The otherworldly imagination with which they describe loneliness, longing, and orgasms? Or maybe it was the jokes they cracked at the funeral home to cope with their father's suicide? What it was, Stewart's memoir-in-hookups had me hooked from start to finish. I laughed, cried, puked in my mouth a lil, and felt connected in a deeply human way.— Boogie
A one-of-a-kind exploration of abasement, depravity, joy, and cringe, Anything That Moves is Xiu Xiu singer-songwriter Jamie Stewart's memoir-in-hookups. It is funny, erotic, anti-erotic, honest, brave, icky, and sad, and demonstrates how love and forgiveness can percolate around the edges of even the most traumatic relationships.