"Who needs Webster's? This dishy dictionary is so much more fun." — Cosmopolitan

A Philadelphia writer and editor has turned love-lorn tales into a tell-all, of sorts. Philadelphia Business Journal

Chelsea Barnes & Noble was packed with arty types... Amy Sohn looked particularly fetching as she read "Call-Hell," and Maggie Estep, Elizabeth Benedict, Martha Southgate and Lucinda Rosenfeld were equally entertaining. New York Blade

Expect high heels, sassiness and sharp wit. Jessica Pressler, Philadelphia Weekly

Colleen Curran knows about breakups, having been through a few of her own. Yet this writer turns emotional trauma into fictional gold. Style Weekly

One woman's trash is another woman's reference book... a kind of Chicken Soup for the Jaded, Overworked, Yuppie Soul. —The Harvard Crimson

The Dictionary and its lexicographers have been spotted on Your Morning on CN8, WHYY, and on Naked New York, and have turned up in the pages of New York magazine,, and