Marj Hatzell isn’t a writer but she plays one on TV. She’s a Domestic Engineer, Total Babe, and SAHM of two boys with Autism, ADHD and a variety of other acronyms. Marj was picked last for dodge ball in grade school, was a band geek (she played the flute, and one time, at band camp…), and prefers dogs more than people, which means she has STELLAR social skills. Marj can be bribed to do anything with potatoes and/or bacon. Usually both. Marj also refers to herself in the third person, which is kinda creepy and all Silence-of-the-Lambs-like. If you see her with a bottle of lotion, run. When she isn’t Aiming Low, you can find Marj at her non-paying day job, the wildly unsuccessful blog The Domestic Goddess, on Twitter, and on Facebook.
A self proclaimed “free thinker”, Chris has spent most of his life doing what he wants. He wears lovely velour shirts at will, and he rarely brushes his teeth. If you find something at a thrift store that you feel needs to be modelled, please let him know, and he will tell you where to send it. When he is not being whimsical, he can be found in “The Cocoon” with his forgiving wife, and his dog Blue. Well, except for when it’s time for romance, that’s when Blue has to skedaddle. You only make that mistake once. He can be found at Change The Topic, on the ultra-cool Google+, The Twitter, and sadly, Facebook.
Alexandra is a writer who has found the secret to getting rich as a blogger that she’ll share with you for just $9.99. When not taking her checks to the bank, Alexandra blogs at Good Day Regular People about life as an overanalyzing mother of three boys trying to go unnoticed in her small town. The most important things you need to know about her are that the internet saves her daily and that she believes the most you can ask for in life is to arrive at the end of it all with your hair messed up, out of breath, and not throwing up. Alexandra is a contributing writer for TikiTikiblog and FunnynotSlutty
Lizz started blogging at Am I a Funny Girl in 2005, and thought she was late to the blogging thing back then. Now that it’s morphed into a full-blown social media obsession (oh, and actual career!) she blogs all things to all people, as long as you are a suburban 30-something mom who likes the Beatles, baking and photography. She spends her daily commute into San Francisco trying NOT to take photos of the weirdos she encounters on the train. Also, as a word of warning, Lizz is taller in real life than she appears on the internet.
Kristina is a type-A lunatic and a culinary klutz. She has many opinions, most of them about bread. She’s awesome at setting nachos on fire and drinking beer. This in mind she’s the brains at the food blog OnBlank.com. She dabbles in graphic design, self-help writing, bad poetry and working her husband’s wood. (No really, he’s a fine woodworker. You know, like a carpenter? Sha…buncha perverts.) She live-tweets meltdowns at @onblank and is always trying to keep her cheese from slipping off her cracker.
D.J. Paris is a writer who believes he’s the funniest blogger on the planet. He’s not wrong, but he’s also writing this bio. Currently #1 in Google for “dick stories” he’s got nothing else to brag about. Well, maybe his hair. He writes every day at ThoughtsFromParis about the most fascinating subject he knows—himself.
Meghan is an over-sharing writer from Atlanta that has been blogging since 2007. Most people know her as JaMonkey. They don’t really know why but if Dooce can do it so can she. It’s actually the name of her blog where she writes about her family and other random crap Mom’s go through. She also writes about travel and entertainment at Yeah Let’s Go! When she isn’t writing and social networking she’s trying not to neglect her adorable girls. You can find her on G +, Pinning and Twitter @JaMonkey.
Karen is a professional Supply Planner by day, but in 2008, tried her hand at writing as a contributor for Graco Children’s products, Heart to Heart blog. After sharing a few fun parenting stories, she was hooked on social media, and her personal blog In The Kitchen With KP was born. Happily married with two children, Karen does not hesitate to rebuff her family’s hungry advances at mealtime, while she styles and photographs their dinner to share on Instagram.
In The Kitchen With KP is full of family friendly adventures around Atlanta (and beyond), plus simple recipes everyone can feel comfortable trying. In fact, her whole family participates in the cooking/baking fun on a regular basis. Along with Instagram, you can find Karen feeding her compulsive social media addictions on G+, Twitter,Facebook, and Pinterest.
Dana Talusani (aka: thekitchwitch) believes strongly that in a former life, she was a nervous small dog. Today, she lives and writes in a giant martini glass in the Rocky Mountains. She loves vintage t-shirts, peanut butter and not camping. She serves up snark and snacks on her blog, TheKitchenWitch. You can also find her (@thekitchwitch) on Twitter.
Cindy Reed avoids actual pants and is overly fond of a jaunty fedora. If you visit her at The Reedster Speaks, you’ll find her blogging almost exclusively about her underwear. She’s also a contributing editor atyeah write, a weekly writing challenge for bloggers. If you still can’t get enough of her, you could follow every pearl of wisdom that drops from her lips on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. She has exactly one rap video. She lives in Asheville, North Carolina, the cesspool of sin.
ML Philpott writes for work and for fun. A freelance editor whose work appears regularly in national publications under her clients’ names as well as her own, she is also the co-author of Poetic Justice – Legal Humor In Verse; the artist and voice behind The Random Penguins; a humor writer at I Miss You When I Blink; and an editorial contributor to the Barnes & Noble Book Blog. ML loves good conversation and enjoys giving questionable pep talks. Her office window has a scenic view of a dirty gutter. Get in touch on Facebook / Twitter.
Unger, (known by his first name “Ryan” to only is parents), spends his time exploring consciousness and pondering important questions like: “Why are we here?” “What’s the meanng of life?” “Where’s the rest of my LSD?” Always a lover, most times a dancer, never a fighter. He’s morally against stress, and advocates a Zen mind. Residing right outside New York City, Unger tries his best to avoid the consumerist culture that infests Manhattan by spending his time writing vulgar poetry. Unger will tell you he finds it incredibly fascinating that poetry is the route that life has taken him.