What do you say when your publicity team calls you, giddy with excitement, and tells you that they want to drive a truck full of your books out to the tip of Long Island and drink beer all day long? You say YES. If you happen to find yourself on Long Island on Saturday, August 2nd, please join us!
I wrote about a road trip I took in 2007 for Buzzfeed. This is what I looked like then.
If New York Times bestselling novel The Vacationers isn’t on your Summer beach read list yet, then it’s time to bump it up to the top. We sat down with the author, Emma Straub, and she explained her very deep study of the setting of her story, which will
I am a huge fan of the TV show Nashville starring Connie Britton, personal goddess. What I love most about Nashville the city and Nashville the show, is that the songwriters really are the stars. If you drive down music row in Nashville, which is this street where there are all these little bungalows filled with songwriters and producers and publishing houses, they have enormous posters up celebrating this songwriter who’s just written this hit for somebody — but they don’t even say, “Emma Straub wrote this song for Taylor Swift,” they just say “Emma Straub wrote this song! Hooray! It’s a hit!”
I was on WNYC’s Soundcheck and I’m preeeeeetty sure that I’m the only person to ever go on NPR to talk about how good the Nashville soundtracks are.