Michael Showalter’s Wet Hot American Summer is one of my all-time favorite movies. And his mom happens to have taught one of my all-time favorite college classes. His feed, of late, involves a lot of talk of Björk and pizza, with some political repartee with Michael Ian Black thrown in. What’s not to love?
Like every other editor on the planet, I am now obsessed with #RealTalk From Your Editor. And Ann Friedman , the Executive Editor at GOOD and the woman behind the Tumblr, offers a pithy, accurate account of life as a top editor on Twitter.
I follow Molly Ringwald for all of the obvious reasons. But also: She tells stories of the real-life guy who inspired Duckie. And poses and answers questions like “Which Beatle would have been the best tweeter?”
Interviewing Simon Doonan is one of the most wonderful experiences a fashion writer can have. He’s entirely candid, effortlessly hilarious, and unfiltered, always. His Twitter feed offers more of the same. A little heavy on the RTs, but nonetheless, insightful.
Chris Kelly is an SNL writer, so his feed is endlessly entertaining. But more importantly, he wrote this retroactive live-blogging of his 572 listens of Adele’s “Someone Like You.” And if you weren’t following him on Twitter, you might have missed it. #obsessed.