Comedian Dulce Sloan's memoir 'Hello Friends!' details former Atlantan's trials of dating, destiny and day jobs

Comedian Dulcé Sloan details Dating, Destiny and Day Jobs in new memoir "Hello, Friends!" (Courtesy of Gabe Botten)

Comedian Dulcé Sloan, one of Atlanta’s proudest exports, has been called “the New Queen of Comedy” by SLiNK Magazine, a title well-earned after her correspondence on the “Daily Show” since 2017, as well as her hit stand-up sets on “Comedy Central Presents” and “Verified Stand-Up.”

She has also been a frequent guest on “Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me” and has a new gig hosting “The Great American Joke-Off.” 

In peak form, Dulcé Sloan took the time to write a memoir: “Hello, Friends: Stories of Dating, Destiny and Day Jobs.” Daily Show host Trevor Noah called it a “heartfelt story of joy, sorrow and unbelievable resilience.” In this interview, Dulcé Sloan joined “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes to discuss her new book and its rollercoaster of stories.