Joel Keller

Joel Keller is a freelance writer from New Jersey. He is looking forward to next Halloween, when he will go to parties as "Chubby Writer Pretending to Be an I.T. Guy." His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Village Voice, Salon, and--most ashamedly--The Black Table. You can read his daily blatherings at TV Squad.

The Black Table: I Only Know Them for Networking Reasons I only know two of the Black Table's "Big Four," mainly because I rarely come out of my one-bedroom suburban cubbyhole to work the New York media party circuit.

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