is a comedian, writer, and actor living in Brooklyn, NY. She is currently a writer for Saturday Night Live. She regularly performs standup and sketch comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, the People’s Improv Theater, Union Hall, the Annoyance, and other clubs across the country. She is the editor-at-large of Reductress, a satirical women’s magazine (Forbes, “ Best Websites for Women”), and is the coauthor of Reductress’ debut humor book, How to Win at Feminism (HarperOne). Anna co-wrote the viral Tumblr-turned-book How May We Hate You? (Potter Style) about her experiences working as a concierge in Times Square. She’s written for Cracked, MTV, Thought Catalog, Nylon, the Daily Dot, and has been featured in videos on CollegeHumor, Above Average, Buzzfeed, and the Funny or Die. Her sketch group Gentlemen Party (“intensely funny surrealist comedy" -Time Out NY) has performed at the PIT, Chicago Sketchfest, the Del Close Marathon, and the Museum of Modern Art. Anna is also a member of the Story Pirates, an educational organization that performs hilarious stories written by kids. NYU Tisch grad. She loves soup.
HOW MAY WE HATE YOU?
BY ANNA DREZEN & TODD DAKOTAH BRISCOE
Most people think hotel employees are effortlessly cheerful, naturally helpful, and genuinely like their work. Most people are wrong.
Find out what really goes on in the world of hospitality with this hilarious book full of funny and absurd stories, anecdotes told in dialogue, factoids, and hoax pop quizzes by two veteran concierges who paid their way while working at a combined 50 hotels in and around Times Square.
HOW TO WIN AT FEMINISM
BY REDUCTRESS, ANNA DREZEN, BETH NEWELL, & SARAH PAPPALARDO
Be the best feminist you can be—or at least look like one—with this definitive manual, from the satirical creators of the wildly popular "feminist Onion" humor website, Reductress.
From hot feminist sex to a trendy feminist up-do, the bold and brilliant minds behind Reductress reveal the secrets to being super progressive—and cool, hip, and pretty. Feminism today means demanding gender equality—and a fabulous manicure. After all, we’re not wearing girdles and cleaning the house anymore. We’re wearing Spanx and hiring a cleaning lady. That’s feminism!