Jacob Smith (@jacobjargon) on Elena Kagan, Selena Gomez, and ‘Glee’
Jacob Smith (@jacobjargon) is a writer, performer, activist, and Libra. He has worked as an intern at Full Frontal with Samantha Bee on TBS and was featured as a playwright at the Mizzou New Play Series. Recently, he co-starred with Rachel Tiedemann in Noah and Sofia, a mockumentary which won first ... [Read More]
Patti Harrison (@Party_Harderson) on Song Parodies and Dumb Points of View
Patti Harrison (@Party_Harderson) is a comedian, actor, writer living in Brooklyn. Her television credits include appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Broad City, and TBS’s Search Party. Her work can also be seen on MTV, Comedy Central, Billboard.com, VICELAND, Conde Nas... [Read More]
@KatieBarsotti on Murder, Witches, and Female Privilege
@KatieBarsotti is a writer and performer in Los Angeles. She’s written for McSweeney’s, Reductress, CollegeHumor, the upcoming Woolly magazine, and you if you’d just let her. She and America’s sweetheart, Sam Chapman, have a comedy zine coming out in 2018 called Modern Magic:... [Read More]
@HelloLaneMoore on Ponytails, Modern Dating, and Specificity
Lane Moore is an award-winning standup comedian, writer (The Onion, The New Yorker Shouts & Murmurs, McSweeney’s), actor on HBO’s Girls, and host of Tinder Live! With Lane Moore, a popular monthly comedy show in Brooklyn that’s now on a world tour of colleges and rock venues. S... [Read More]
Ian Charles Garner (@sweatpantspapi) on Using Twitter Not as a Stage But as a Bullhorn
Ian Charles Garner is a future EGOT recipient who is constantly sporting a fresh fade and always attached to his phone. He’s gearing up to become a full blown, bicoastal Instagram boytoy as he pursues an MFA in Screenwriting at LMU’s School of Film and Television. Contrary to popular bel... [Read More]
Jackie Jennings (@ohhijackie) on Politics, Toilets, Death, and Time
Jackie Jennings is a host for the SyFy channel and regular at the UCB theater (GOAT, A Big Dumb Thing). This week we talked about three of her favorite tweets she’s made, plus Australian toilets, Brody Jenner, and the NY Mets. Living my truth until someone presents me with a better, more lucra... [Read More]
@Rawiya Kameir on Cultural Specificity and Hating Twitter
Rawiya Kameir is a writer and editor in New York. She edits The Outline’s culture section. This week she and I talked about three of her favorite tweets, plus frustration, Virgil Abloh, and why Twitter’s not a reporting tool. me: hello white person: pic.twitter.com/5xT4gjtEiG — raw... [Read More]
@Rawiya Kameir on Cultural Specificity and Hating Twitter
Rawiya Kameir is a writer and editor in New York. She edits The Outline’s culture section. This week she and I talked about three of her favorite tweets, plus frustration, Virgil Abloh, and why Twitter’s not a reporting tool. me: hello white person: pic.twitter.com/5xT4gjtEiG — raw... [Read More]
@YungInstitution on Sexuality, Caffeine, and ‘Law & Order’
@YungInstitution aka Josh lives in New York. He has a job that asks him to sign a lot of Non Disclosure Agreements and would replace him in a minute so he’s quiet about any other details. His pinned tweet is about depression and getting dick, which is a quicker sum-up than anything else. Inste... [Read More]
@CarinaHsieh on Engagement Tests and Barnes & Noble Flashbacks
Carina Hsieh is a writer and comedian living in Delethisburg, Brooklyn. She’s currently a Sex & Relationships Editor for Cosmopolitan.com (Candace Bushnell once called her the Samantha Jones of Tinder—a comparison she feels she doesn’t deserve, but brags about anyways). In her ... [Read More]