The late writer and great thinker Bert O. States once called me the "Nora Ephron of the underemployed set." I'm not even sure what that means, but if I can even get close to the success of Nora Ephron, I will be a happy writer.
I write books, and websites, and sometimes magazine articles. My debut novel, Hollywood Car Wash, is being re-released by Touchstone/ Fireside in 2009. In 2006, an essay I wrote got nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Cool!
Yes, I am the Lori Culwell whose senior thesis is "The Role of the Clown in Shakespeare's Theater," which was in the Journal of Early Modern Literary Studies, and is probably being plagiarized even as we speak. Click here to read it.
I write this blog because sometimes you just need to say something, but you don't necessarily want to wade through the red tape of publishing, if you know what I mean.
Do you know what I mean? Sometimes, you just can't wait to tell people about Dom DeLuise coming to your yard sale.
If you like, you can check me out on MySpace.
Yes, I know some famous people. No, I am not going to tell you who they are or if I know them. That would make me a very bad friend.
If you want to pay me millions of dollars to use my rapier wit to write books for your international publishing empire, it might help you to know that I am represented by the best agent ever, David Dunton at the Harvey Klinger Agency in New York.