Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) will be the subject of a forthcoming biography titled, "Take Up Space: The Unprecedented AOC."
The book, which has a Feb. 1, 2022 release date, will provide "a dynamic and comprehensive look at one of today’s most influential political and cultural icons," the description states.
Some of the material in the work will include "an essay on the role that her beauty plays in her public perception," an "analysis of her social media greatest hits," "an essay on her rare authenticity," and comments on "how today’s teens see her as the politician of their futures."
The progressive lawmaker has promoted radical policy positions such as the Green New Deal and has become a frequent target of conservative critics.
Earlier this month, Geraldo Rivera was criticized by some on Twitter after he tweeted that the congresswoman "outshines every other member of Congress in eloquence and passionate sincerity."
"This is a stupid tweet and you should feel stupid for having tweeted it," Blaze Media's Steven Crowder wrote.
Another person who responded to Rivera's post by tweeting, "You are embarrassing your own mustache."
You are embarrassing your own mustache.https://twitter.com/GeraldoRivera/status/1461056356186837002\u00a0\u2026— Chanah Angelica Kamen (@Chanah Angelica Kamen) 1637203535