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For IFC’s Arrested Development campaign on Nerve.com, I produced a week-long “guest-star bracket,” in which we asked readers to vote daily to determine the best of Arrested Development’s many guest stars. See the original here. Is there a show so … Continue reading
This is one of a series of interviews I conducted for DonQ Rum’s “Party Data” campaign on Nerve.com. See the original here. As the makers of Puerto Rico’s premier rum for decades, Don Q knows what it takes to have … Continue reading
Wrote copy for in-house ads promoting Nerve.com’s Twitter feed. See sample below. Click for full-sized image.
For the Hendrick’s Gin campaign on Nerve.com, I wrote copy for “The Hendrick’s Speakeasy” microsite, which featured Victorian re-imaginations of recurring Nerve features. See sample below. Click for full-size image.
For the Stolichnaya Blackberi campaign on Nerve.com, I wrote copy for ten images of sleek home furnishings that matched the sophisticated brand identity of Stoli as part of the “Unbasic Blak” special insert. See sample below. Click for full-size image.
First published on Nerve.com on July 14, 2009. Read the original with comments here. To talk about True Blood is to talk about sex: barely a scene goes by without something between innuendo and a full-on orgy. This isn’t new … Continue reading
First published on Nerve.com on June 15, 2010. Read the original with comments here. If you know John C. Reilly from films like The Hours, you may think of him as a great tragedian. If you know him from films … Continue reading
First published on Nerve.com on March 23, 2010. Read the original with comments here. Welcome to Pop Torture, a biweekly column in which I embrace my pop-culture masochism and search out the most painful ways to experience the movies, TV, … Continue reading
First published on Nerve.com on September 6, 2009. Read the original with comments here. Martinis, blackmail, five-thousand-dollar outfits: ah, high school. Why, it seems like it was only yesterday that I was walking to Monkey Bar during lunch with my … Continue reading
Cheesecake Factory: Author David Henry Sterry Recalls His Stint As the Roller-Skating MC of Chippendales
First published on Nerve.com on August 19, 2008. Read the original with comments here. When David Henry Sterry writes about sexuality, it’s like a chef writing about food. Other people may have their trove of memorable moments — a tryst … Continue reading