The Followables: 10 Lady Bloggers You Should Follow on Twitter


The world of Twitter can be hard to navigate. We know that you’re already following us @flavorpill, but we decided it would be fun (and possibly helpful) if we rounded up some of our other Twitter favorites in a series we call “The Followables.” This fifth installment of Twitter all-stars spotlights the tweeting lady bloggers who we love. (We’ll do a follow-up post on male general interest bloggers next week.) Do us a favor and leave a comment with anyone who you enjoy who didn’t make our list.


Who: Doree Shafrir, regular contributor to Gawker

Why: Because she is one of our favorite writers. So clever! Also: A meme launcher. She’s the one who started that whole Hipster Grifter thing, and one half of the team behind Postcards From Yo Momma.


Who: Edith Zimmerman, contributor to New York Magazine’s Vulture and The Awl

Why: Because she’s wonderfully weird, but not in an affected way. If you haven’t read her Letters to the Editors of Women’s Magazines column, then you haven’t truly lived. We anxiously awake the book version.


Who: Faran Krentcil, digital director of NYLON Magazine

Why: Because it’s fun to vicariously experience her life as a girl-about-town. Plus, we like the irreverent way she has always approached fashion.


Who: Jessica Coen, executive editor of Jezebel

Why: Because for someone known for being a virtual superwoman (she recently managed all of New York Magazine’s blogs — at the same time), her tweets are extremely down-to-earth.


Who: Jessica Grose, managing editor of DoubleX

Why: Because she is super-opinionated and incredibly hilarious, approaching pop culture criticism from a female perspective without beating you over the head with it. Also: She’s the other half of the Postcards From Yo Momma phenomenon.


Who: Lilit Marcus, co-founder of Save The Assistants and editor of TheGloss

Why: Because we can imagine having a nice chat with her on the lanai over some mint juleps. No seriously. There aren’t enough Southern bloggers out there.


Who: Lindsay Robertson, contributor to New York Magazine’s Daily Intelligencer and Vulture, and Jezebel

Why: Aside from being extremely readable, she’s also got a talent for pointing out the absurd moments in life.


Who: Lindsey Weber, blogger at Urlesque

Why: Because she reminds us why the Internet is so much fun. Her bio kind of sums up our obsession: “Only here for @KirstieAlley. And you.”


Who: Mary HK Choi, contributor to The Awl

Why: Because she is far, far sassier than you will ever be.


Who: Molly Lambert, managing editor of This Recording

Why: Because she is clever and culturally literate, and quite often her tweets read like the smarter version of your own thoughts.