1.22.2005

THE NOT SO HALF-BAKED CUPCAKE MEDIA CONSPIRACY THEORY

Rick Moody notes the "stunning" example of Diary of a Teenage Girl by PHOEBE GLOECKNER (July '03) in his review of David B.'s new graphic memoir Epileptic in the New York Times Book Review.

ZOE HELLER's (July '04) Notes on a Scandal is being adapted for the stage by Patrick Marber.

SUSAN CHOI (February '04) and NELL FREUDENBERGER (December '04) discuss writers who have influenced them, as part of a query posed to "a group of fiction writers, age 40 or younger" by the New York Times Book Review.

JESSICA DULONG (November '03) is nominated for a 2005 GLAAD Media Award in the category of Outstanding Magazine Article for her piece, "Should Their Love Be Legal?" (cosmoGirl!). The Advocate notes that, " The GLAAD Media awards will be handed out March 28 in New York, April 30 in Los Angeles, and June 11 in San Francisco. Highlights will air on MTV Networks' new gay-themed cable channel Logo."

MAUD NEWTON (June '04) is a judge in The First Annual TMN Tournament of Books.

EMMA GARMAN (September '04) unmasks a Shakespearean scholar who moonlights as the pseudonymous historical-romance writer Eloisa James, in New York magazine.

And, of course, RACHEL KRAMER BUSSEL (September '04) has a smart and sexy new column in the Village Voice every week.

Congratulations to all the darling Cupcakes - past, present and future - out there shaking things up! Do keep us posted on your many fabulous endeavors.

-Lauren
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