Well, I didn't start out to be a magazine editor. I was planning to be an actress, but I hated the audition process. My next choice was to follow in my dad's footsteps and become an advertising copywriter (sometimes watching Mad Men
is like a total déjà vu
of my childhood), but that didn't work out either.
After knocking around at a number of things, I answered an ad in the New York Times
for an associate editor gig at Playgirl.
Got the gig and found my calling.
I'm proud of what we've been doing over at SexIs, and I get to work with some great people.
At the end of the day, being able to find talented writers and give them a platform to bring their voices to a larger audience is always satisfying.