A work of psychological fiction that leans experimental, each chapter of Me or Whatever is a raw stream-of-consciousness telling of an event in the life of Faith Thomas, a young woman in 1990s Chicago, as she transitions (quite reluctantly) from a 90s grunge kid to a young professional heading straight toward Y2K. As in life, some events are significant, and some are mundane and, at first glance, boring. But that's life. Sometimes there is brilliance in the ordinary. And sometimes you don't need a traditional narrative to get to know a person. You just need to get inside a person's head.