Sarah Hagi (@geekylonglegs) on Twitter as a First Impression and Tweets That Go Viral
Sarah Hagi is a Toronto-based writer. She’s contributed to The Hairpin, the Guardian, The Toast, Buzzfeed, National Post, and more. This week Hagi shared some thoughts on three of her favorite tweets she’s written, and she talked to me about yearbook quotes, memes, and how it feels when ... [Read More]
Sarah Hagi (@geekylonglegs) on Twitter as a First Impression and Tweets That Go Viral
Sarah Hagi is a Toronto-based writer. She’s contributed to The Hairpin, the Guardian, The Toast, Buzzfeed, National Post, and more. This week Hagi shared some thoughts on three of her favorite tweets she’s written, and she talked to me about yearbook quotes, memes, and how it feels when ... [Read More]
Gabriella Paiella (@GMPaiella) on Acrostics and Tweeting’s Negative Impact on Her Writing
Gabriella Paiella is a New York-based writer. She works as a senior editor at Maxim, co-writes Lucky Peach’s monthly “Deranged Crafts” column, and has contributed to many other places, including The Hairpin, The Daily Beast, The Toast, and more. This week I asked Paiella to tell me... [Read More]
Tamara Yajia (@DancesWithTamis) on Crass Comedy and Sharing Her Twitter with Family
Tamara Yajia is a writer and performance artist from Buenos Aires, Argentina, who currently resides in Los Angeles. Yajia founded the production company Conga Line Productions alongside her friend Lauren Brown in order to create crass theatrical comedy, and she’ll be performing her one wo... [Read More]
@DjangoGold On Brevity And Seeking Validation On Twitter
Django Gold is a senior writer at The Onion and former journalist. He performs standup in Chicago and has contributed to Shouts & Murmurs, McSweeney’s, Splitsider’s humor vertical, and more. This week, I asked Gold to tell me a little about three of his favorite tweets, and we spoke ... [Read More]
Seinfeld’s Jason Alexander Regrets Criticism of Heidi Swedberg, who played fiancee Susan
There are times in life when someone says something out of turn and they wish they could have another take to get the story right. That’s what former Seinfeld star Jason Alexander tried to do today in defense of recent comments he made about a former co-star. While appearing on The Howard Ste... [Read More]
@EmmaBarrie on Fitting a Feeling Into the Limited Space Twitter Gives You
Emma Barrie is a writer living in Los Angeles. She’s contributed to The Hairpin, The Rumpus, Death And Taxes, and more, and she’s made videos and cartoons that you can find on her website. This week I asked Barrie to tell me about three of her favorite tweets, and she and I spo... [Read More]
@MeganMaileGreen on Hummingbirds and if People Like Her Tweets for the Same Reasons She Does
by Jenny Nelson Megan Maile Green is a contributing writer for The Onion and ClickHole, and a cast member on The Wheel Show, a sketch comedy show at the NerdMelt in LA. She and her friends made a TV pilot called Cowards, which won "Best Comedy" at the 2014 New York Television Festival, and they'll s... [Read More]
Mitra Jouhari (@tweetrajouhari) on Making Connections Online and Writing Silly Tweets About Social Issues
by Jenny Nelson Mitra Jouhari is an improviser, writer, and actor living in Brooklyn. She performs improv, sketch, plays, and character stuff all around NYC at a bunch of different theaters/bars (most often at the Annoyance), and she encourages you to come watch! Her play Three Busy Debras, which sh... [Read More]