Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Nosy Interview: Julie Klausner

Julie Klausner, photographed by Ari Scott, in Antares and Clouds, © Ivan Eder

If, like me, you finish Julie Klausner's memoir, I Don't Care About Your Band, and badly want to spend more time in Klausner's hilarious and wise company, you're in luck: There are 60 episodes of her podcast, How Was Your Week, available! The F/M/K column (Please bring it back!) she wrote (along with Natasha Vargas-Cooper) for the Hairpin contains some of the smartest and funniest writing about desire that you'll find anywhere. We should all heed the wise words of Amy Poehler: "Read everything Julie Klausner writes and listen to everything Julie Klausner says." To find out how you can do that, visit Julie's web site.

What do you smell like? 
Jeez, I have no idear. I mean, I WISH I smelled like JOOP! because that cologne seemed fun. So did the one that was just an exclamation point. And Charlie by Revlon. Those commercials were fun. 

But I think I just smell like the clothes I'm wearing, or my shampoo. I hope I do, anyway.

What do you like to smell? 
I mean, 'what do I like to smell' --obviously, tasty things being cooked or baked, my hair being blown out by a professional.