- Founder of FoodNetworkHumor.com and the Pophangover Network.
- Wrote about culinary television for Serious Eats from 2009 to 2011.
- Author of Damn You, Autocorrect (2011) and Dear Asshole (2011).
Comedy writer Jillian Madison is the founder of the now-defunct website FoodNetworkHumor.com and the Pophangover Network, a collection of snarky pop culture blogs. She wrote about culinary television for Serious Eats from 2009 to 2011 and is the author of the books Damn You, Autocorrect (2011) and Dear Asshole (2011).
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