My second attempt at being Anthony Bourdain, with advice on how not to get lost in New Jersey.
“What’s more frightening than a rabies-like plague that afflicts blonde women? Having to leave New York only to find New Jersey has become a police state. In this installment of Joyland TV, Emily Schultz, author of The Blondes, presents a travelogue where she visits the locations from her feminist reimagining of the plague novel.”
Joyland is now producing video content, featuring performances and short documentaries from the contributors and editors of our online and print literary journal. And the first up is a travelogue by me.
In the video I visit some of the New York locations of The Blondes. The next video will instruct the viewer on the best driving routes out of the city and how not to get lost in New Jersey. Also thanks to Hazlitt Mag for hosting a sneak peak here.
Designer Ingrid Paulson spoke to Quill & Quire about her many visions for the cover of Heaven Is Small, my book from 2009.
This past long weekend my book The Blondes made the top 10 bestsellers at Maclean’s Magazine! Right next to Richard Ford. I wonder which of us would win in a fight. He’s bigger than I am, but I have youth on my side.