Sunday, January 16, 2011

An Aside

One could be emulating Sloane Crossley. After all, she's writing, sort of, what one (that would be me) would like to be writing.
The New York Times writes, "SLOANE CROSLEY, 32, is the author of the essay collections “I Was Told There’d Be Cake,” a best seller, and “How Did You Get This Number,” which will appear in paperback this spring. Currently working on a screenplay and a novel, Ms. Crosley recently left the publicity department of Vintage Books to write full time. She lives in Chelsea but can often be found at the New York Public Library at Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street."

1 comment:

caroline hansen kleban said...

I love her. I have read all her stuff.