A. I worked in movie casting and then in education.
A. I love being a writer so much that I almost can't believe that I am one. But that's a boring answer, so I'll say that I loved being the casting assistant on Iron Man.
A. I went to Acton-Boxborough Regional High School in Massachusetts and Emerson College in Boston.
A. (Other than Beyonce...) Tegan & Sara and Fiona Apple
A. Before Sunrise is high on the list. As are Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and When Harry Met Sally...
A. It's a tie between Friday Night Lights and The Office.
A. Absolutely fantastic even if sometimes forget that.
A. Sometimes you are strong, sometimes you are weak.
A. The moment on a trampoline between jumping and landing.
A. Snakes and car accidents.
A. Paris. Paris. Paris. Paris. Paris.
A. Does Lucille Ball count as "history?" Even if she doesn't, I still want to choose her.
A. I know I should say someone that helps people but my real answer is Beyonce.
A. You know. Super. Insane. Interesting.
A. That juice cleanse.
A. Singing. I'd sing all day, every day, all the time if I thought it didn't sound like dying cats.
A. Putting myself through school.
A. I love fiercely.
A. I really hate to answer "Beyonce" twice but...
A. That I'm either wearing glasses or squinting because I can't see you.
A. Jay Gatsby.
A. Daniel Cleaver from Bridget Jones's Diary.
A. Cleopatra. I'd ask her to tell me her story in her own words.
A. When I can't find a parking spot.
A. Humor, Patience, Compassion.
A. Guacamole and chips.
A. This is impossible to answer! But rest assured they are all by Beyonce. (or Tegan & Sara.)
A. Nora Ephron, Curtis Sittenfeld, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jeffrey Eugenides, Nick Hornby, Rainbow Rowell, Steve Martin... I could go on for days.
A. The Great GatsbyThe Perks of Being a WallflowerMiddlesexShopgirlThe Fault in Our Stars
A. The Great Gatsby.
A. Value truth over wit.
A. That I made them cry. Which is a huge compliment, so I smile. And then I seem like a sadist.