Julie Klausner is a comedy writer who lives in New York City. She's appeared on & written for VH1's Best Week Ever, and has performed at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in many shows. Her TV writing credits include TV Funhouse on Saturday Night Live, and The Big Gay Sketch Show, and her prose has appeared in the New York Times, New York Magazine Online, Videogum.com, McSweeney's and Salon.com. She's also responsible for the internet phenomenon, Cat News and is the co-creator of the viral videos Welcome to Our House and Mommy Time. Her website, predictably, is julieklausner.com. This is her first book.
I wish that, like a big sister, I could have taken Julie Klausner
aside and advised her against most of the dalliances in this book.
On the other hand, her horrible dating experiences are your
-Rachel Dratch, actress and comedienne (Saturday Night Live)
Julie Klausner has the perfect comedic voice for a new
generation of ladies-brave, self-deprecating, high-larious beyond
and brand spanking new. It's one of those books that you take to
bed with you, that keeps you up all night, and that makes you laugh
so hard in public the next morning that strangers ask you what
you're reading. And make me so glad I'm not dating.
-Jill Soloway, author of Tiny Ladies in Shiny Pants and executive producer of United States of Tara Julie Klausner is Helen Girly Brown: hard-working, yet lusty! Romantic and intelligent! But best of all: unapologetic about wanting to be in love. I Don't Care About Your Band has more wit and all of the tsuris of Carrie Bradshaw's Sex and the City, without the pithy bromides.
-Sarah Thyre, author of Dark at the Roots and actress on Strangers with Candy All those misplaced orgasms and disappointing hookups with deviants were well worth it. Julie Klausner's memoir is screamingly funny and wiser than a hooker with health insurance. Take it home for a ride!
-Michael Musto, columnist for The Village Voice and author of La Dolce Musto