You can find Julieanne Smolinski on Twitter. She’s @BoobsRadley.
October 13, 2016
Writer Julieanne Smolinski (Grace and Frankie, New York Magazine) joins Sarah and Susan to talk about Roberta Flack’s “Do What You Gotta Do,” the Katherine Ann Porter story “Pale Horse, Pale Rider,” Ken Burns’ The War, and the end of The Wonder Years episode “The Accident.”
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February 27, 2015
Nate is joined by special guests Julieanne Smolinski and Mike Postalakis for the 4th edition of the Book Club series of Reading Aloud in which they discuss Jonathan Franzen’s “The Corrections.” They’ll talk about the post 9/11 anxiety attached to the original release of the book, which member of the family they felt more close toward, and the scary feeling of finalizing your writing. Get a head start on the next book for the next book club episode which will be Richard Price’s “The Whites” and send in your thoughts on the book at firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 30, 2015
Nate welcomes his special panel of guests Julieanne Smolinski, Paul Scheer, and Timothy Simons in the 3rd edition of the Book Club series of Reading Aloud in which they discuss Denis Johnson’s “The Laughing Monsters.” They’ll talk about being internet friends, struggling to get through books, Tim’s Denis Johnson baggage, the main character having no drive, the few great moments of spy stuff, and listener’s thoughts on the book’s genre confusion. Get a head start on the next book for the next book club episode which will be Jonathan Franzen’s “The Corrections” and send in your thoughts on the book at email@example.com.
May 30, 2013
The best tweeter in the business, Julieanne Smolinski, comes on and talks about being great at the Internet on today’s The Fogelnest Files! They discuss her growing up in Cleveland and wanting to be every person in “The Breakfast Club”, then Jake takes her through some epic clips including; the amazingness that was the Sports Illustrated Football Phone, New Wave legends “Sparks” on SNL, and punk band The Germs being VERY rude. Be sure to leave a review for “Behind The Candelabra” in the comments section of The Fogelnest Files on iTunes. And it better be a good one, because that movie was GREAT.