Julie Klausner: What I Read

This is mostly for people who claim I “can’t read.”

Jul 1, 14

Julie Klausner Talks to Billy Eichner About Billy on the Street, Mayim Bialik, and Getting Fuse to Agree to ‘Ask a Squirter’

Apr 17, 14

“ Whatever happens, I really hope they pick a woman, or someone of color. And I know that’s a quasi-political thing to say, but that would be nice. Maybe Maya Angelou. It’s a bold choice, but she’s a bold woman. She’s got a lot of life in her, and it would be nice to see someone beyond the clique. ”

Late Night Reboot - Jeff Garlin, Tig Notaro and More on Shows They’d Host - Esquire

Esquire asked me what I’d call my show if I replaced Jimmy Fallon, and I said “Late Night with Maya Angelou.” This gig is a done deal, guys. Forward my mail to 30 Rock.

(via howwasyourweek)

May 6, 13

“ Disclaimer —the placement of Vulture’s Real Housewives expert and video host is not nepotism; she was nominated by multiple people not on our payroll. And with good reason. She’s an octuple-threat: acting, singing, dancing, writing, monologuing, interviewing, kibitzing … and is TV recapping a threat? It should be. She’s written two books (her memoir I Don’t Care About Your Band and her upcoming YA novel Art Girls Are Easy) and for TV (Billy on the Street), but all of her talents are showcased in her podcast "How Was Your Week," which features informal chats with comedians/authors/whomever and a free-associative comedic monologue about her pop-culture obsessions du jour (which usually includes Mario Lopez’s inane, diet-obsessed Twitter feed). The diversity of guests and highbrow/lowbrow mix on "HWYW" brings to mind the old The Dick Cavett Show, but with more of an old Broadway sensibility. ”

Apr 29, 13

Here is an interview I did with Thought Catalog, a fine and upstanding website.

Here is an interview I did with Thought Catalog, a fine and upstanding website.

Apr 10, 13