About

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Louis Peitzman is a Senior Editor at BuzzFeed in New York. Previously, he was a Weekend Editor at Gawker and a regular TV critic for TV.com. He has also contributed to BlackBook Magazine, WitStream, and the San Francisco Chronicle.

In his free time, Louis is an aspiring humorist on Twitter, where he has learned how to turn his insecurities into something we can all laugh at (between the tears). He performs at storytelling shows wherever and whenever they will have him, and recently co-hosted AfterSmash, a podcast devoted to Smash, with Matt Piwowarczyk. He smiles a lot more than you’d think.

15 Layers of Irony began as a general interest blog, with posts about life, film, TV, and pop culture. More recently, it has turned into a blog solely about the author’s feelings (read: a glorified LiveJournal). If you’re not interested in that, maybe don’t read it. You can find Louis’s other recent writing on his author page at BuzzFeed.

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5 Responses to “About”

  1. meredith August 22, 2011 at 12:22 pm #

    This is my new favorite blog. I would write something witty, but it’s Monday morning and the coffee machine at work is broken, so this is the best I can manage. Feel free to insert a clever and flattering comment about yourself in my comment, though.

  2. Monique Muro (@MoniqueMuro) May 10, 2012 at 11:51 am #

    I follow you on Twitter and only now decided, who is this guy? I write in the third person too but not now. Keep tweeting, people look at me weird when I laugh out loud at your stuff.

  3. zaph napolean November 15, 2013 at 6:21 pm #

    Talk about irony. I read your reasons to be obsessed with Lorde….and a friend sent me the link to some dude on youtube doing a cover of Royals whichblew me away. Talk about inspiring and crossing all barriers and cultures. The song is transending. I think the guys name is Kando. Black dude with nothing but his body providing the beat. Wish I jad the link but look it up on youtube. “Covering royals kando style” He proves all of our points.

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