Monday, March 05, 2007

The best readings are Brooklyn readings....

Hey, guys. Just wanted to let you know I'm going to be here this Thursday at 7:30. I imagine I'll drinking. So come! It'll be fun....


Blogger Unknown said...

Any plans on doing readings March 10 -13...I will be visiting NYC during those dates.

6:16 AM  
Blogger Jack Albrecht said...

Break a leg this coming Thursday, Julie! Wish that I could be there, but I'm livin' my own dream life as a drone.

A complete non-sequitor, I know, but have you or any of your bleaders seen the following (talk about food taking a surreal turn). Author Wendy McClure found Weight Watchers recipe cards from the Seventies stored at her mom's house. The muse spoke and she knew just what to do with those faded gems -- caption them and put them in a book. My library staff and I laughed ourselves sick with these, so, please, enjoy! justjacques

8:35 PM  
Blogger Caroline said...

dear julie- hello! my name is caroline donahue and i wanted to let you know that my friend, milda harris and i have a podcast where we discuss books every week and we are in the middle of a three-part session with your book, which we are really enjoying.

please feel free to check it out at

thank you so much for your writing. it is a great comfort to the late twenty-something creative who is surprised to be in an office job.

good luck at your reading! we are sorry that we can't come, as we life in l.a..

10:09 PM  
Blogger Caroline said...

oops- i mean we live in l.a.. despite the superficiality of our city at large, most of us do know how to spell (at least some of the time).

10:11 PM  
Blogger MOOO ROOO said...

where have you been!? What have you been doing!? I LOVE the videos!

sorry julie I couldn't help myself...

we miss you and can't wait to have you back where you belong, getting messy watching Aaron act silly.

da butcher

6:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, Julie,
I just finished your book last night whilst the wind was whipping and howling outside, and I was snuggled in my co-worker's bed. (No, nothing inappropriate going on, just a dog/house-sitting gig! ;))
I wanted to applaud you for a smart, hilarious, creative first book. You have inspired me to start considering my own project, as I can definitely relate to both temping and the frustrations of office life!
I will be in NYC March 29-31--will you be giving a reading anywhere?

7:46 AM  
Blogger Christy Woolum said...

Hi Julie,
I live in northeastern Washington so I can't make it. I just finished your book and really loved the way you took the cookbook and blogged your journey. I am working on a memoir/cookbook project and your book was in my " inspiration " pile. It worked. I have started a blog and am trying to get the memoir/cookbook thing done also. My blog is Have a great reading.

6:34 PM  
Blogger Em said...

Hey, Julie -- tried to leave a "comment" for you and Blogger gave me a box for emailing you, instead (I guess i need to get the lay of the land on this site), so ignore the email -- it was meant to go here.

Anyway, I just finished reading J&J -- recommended by a male friend of mine, a puppeteer and actor. I found this blog before your two most recent posts, but didn't check in again until this a.m. Could have given you some fresh-in-my-mind suggestions for the reading, but, too late.

I agree with Remabulous, your book is an inspiration and a comfort to me, too -- also a too self- contained "creative", but I'm 50-something, former secretary in what turned out to be a dead-end job... now I'm fruitlessly self employed and STILL not doing those things for which I have the greatest gifts. Your experience gives me back my hope (that was a line in a very cynical Judy Collins song from the '60s, but I mean it very un-cynically). It's true -- you never know where your life will take you, that's part of the fun of it.

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