About Carla Sosenko

Carla Sosenko is a full-time copy editor and freelance writer whose work has appeared in Self, New York Moves, Punchline, The Boston Metro and Urge Magazine. Her first play, "Headcase," was produced in the 2001 New York International Fringe Festival, and her short story "Clutter" was a semifinalist in the Nimrod/Handman awards. She is currently working on a memoir.

Clip: Bill O’Reilly Calls Arianna Huffington a “Nazi”

By March 3, 2008

Looks like our favorite neocon fruit loop is at it again. Righteously indignant about a comment on The Huffington Post suggesting Nancy Reagan should go ahead and die in her tub (the comment was in response to a story on … Read More

Clip of the Week: Best Foreign Picture Says “Suck It, Nazis”

By February 26, 2008

The Counterfeiters, the Austrian film based on the true story of Jews forced to work as counterfeiters in Sachsenhausen concentration camp, took the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film Sunday night. In his acceptance speech, director Stefan Ruzowitzky said, "There … Read More

I Was a J-Date Pseudo-Lesbian

By February 20, 2008

I am a New York City–dwelling, L Word–watching, liberal-minded hipsterish hetero. A girl who has always thought it would be kinda sorta maybe cool to make out with another girl but never has. That kind. And yet…. As my 30th … Read More

“Nice Jewish Girls Don’t Go To The Drug Rehab.”

By January 18, 2008

Amele, We don't know each other, but I saw in the news today that you were "disheveled and unkempt" at your husband's court hearing. I am worried about you, mameleh. You are a Nice Jewish Girl, and your life is … Read More