April 18, 2012

A Single Sex with Manifold Voices

Writer Julieanne Smolinski rejects the notion that women can be steroetyped either as writers or as an audience.

Max Lakin

Julieanne Smolinksi is very busy. Perhaps you know her official distillations of the bonhomie of Hoda and Kathie Lee during the Today Show's rolicking, Zinfindel-tinged Fourth Hour, or her employ in GQ sex-things column "Don't Be The Worst." Perhaps you recall her lexicographic shoot-out with crossword-hocker Will Shortz on the appropriate usage of early hip-hop colloquialism (Five letters: Dope, or otherwise agreeable).

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