ZOË BROCK is a Californian by way of Australia by way of New Zealand who was in Portugal when she started writing for The Nervous Breakdown. She’s writing a memoir called Growing Up Model, wherein she discusses what it’s like to not only look like a model, but to be one.
She had an interesting childhood. Her mother showered her with affection; her fun-loving father did, too, and then had one of the (ahem) harder wishes to fulfill in his Last Will and Testament. Her nanny was a trannie, which perhaps explains why she enjoyed making boys dress like girls.
Given all of that, it’s no surprise that she went to Burning Man. And wrote about it. Or that she prepared for it by hiking in neon crotchless fishnet bodystockings. Or that she digs the Diceman. Or that she writes dirty poems.
And speaking of happy endings: just because she needs to have sex doesn’t mean she will have sex with you.