Author Archives: Susannah Breslin

Susannah Breslin

Susannah Breslin is a freelance journalist and a Forbes blogger. She has written for Details, Newsweek, Harper's Bazaar, Salon, Slate, The Daily Beast, Variety, The San Francisco Chronicle, Esquire.com, and The LA Weekly, and She's appeared on "Politically Incorrect," CNN, and Fox News. She is 6'1".

Kevin Sampsell

Kevin Sampsell

“I often watch these shows—especially the people makeovers—and think to myself: That person looked much better in the before shot. I liked her big nose or her dirty jeans.”

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Coprophagy

I had seen a lot at that
point, already, in terms of pornography. Things too numerous to
mention, I suppose, if I think about it. But, I had never seen coprophagy.

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Featured Author: Susannah Breslin

Identity Theory articles: "While You Were Out" | "A Family Portrait" | "Come See Allycin" | "Sex $75" Susannah Breslin was born and raised in Berkeley, California, which, of course, explains it all. A faculty-brat of the highest order, Breslin grew up riding horses, reading of Tove Jansson’s Moomins, and avoiding both hippies and feminists. […]

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sex $75, santa monica boulevard

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come see allycin, western avenue

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a family portrait, western avenue

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While You Were Out

While you were out the world exploded, and I, at the time, was home, so I will be gone by the time you return.

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