E. Jean Carroll writes the most popular column for young women in America called Ask E. Jean. It runs in Elle, the world’s largest fashion magazine. It is -– incredibly! -- the longest-running advice column in publishing. E. Jean created Dope Astrology as a cheeky way to comment on celebrity style, sex, and politics.
E. Jean was nominated for an Emmy for writing for Saturday Night Live. She is the author of four books, including the highly acclaimed Hunter: The Strange and Savage Life of Hunter Thompson. She was contributing editor to Esquire. (Her beat was “Sex in America”). She was also contributing editor to Outside. (Beat: “Mischievousness Out-of-Doors.”)