Girls creator/onesie purveyor Lena Dunham wasn’t always writing essays for the New Yorker, receiving million-dollar book advances on the side. Once, like her on screen alter ego Hannah Hovarth, she wrote angsty poems for online zines with names like Melancholia’s Tremulous Dreadlocks. Seriously. We came across one of her formative works – entitled Take Two – and it’s so very… Girls.
Detailing the misadventures of a '20-something' (before that was even a buzzword) we encourage you to read it here. And try not to think too deeply about the, er, confronting metaphors. She is the voice of a generation, after all.