About the Author
Lynn Phillips is a media tramp who writes and edits for film, television, print and interactive media. She was a staff writer for the groundbreaking satirical nighttime soap opera, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. After working as scriptwriter for several major studios, she moved back East where she has written for a wide array of publications from Glamour and The Realist to The Harvard Lampoon. Under the name "Maggie Cutler," she wrote "The Secret Life of Kitty Lyons," a bimonthly column for Nerve (www.nerve.com), the Web and print magazine. Still pseudonymous, she wrote for The Nation; co-created the satirical political websites, www.vaguepolitix.com and www.shacklereport.com; and was a regular contributor to Newsweek International's "Letter From America". She is author of I Can Make Your Loathe Yourself, published by Aurum. She and her husband life in New York with one cat -a self-loathing adept- who, having licked the fur off her thighs, has taken the pseudonym, "Poodle".