Blaria Podcast Episode Seventeen: Jason Good

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Comedian and writer Jason Good.

Happy Valentine’s Day, #TeamBlaria. I don’t have enough money to give each and every one of you some chocolate, so I’m giving y’all a brand new episode of Blaria Podcast. And even though I’m in San Francisco, I woke up earls to deliver this shiz to you early afternoon east coast time. So you can never say I don’t do anything nice for you!🙂. Anyway, today’s guest is comedian and writer Jason Good, who, little known fact, was the inspiration for this whole Blaria thang. So you definitely should show your gratitude by listening our convo. Check it out after the jump!


Holla, holla! Here’s the latest epi of the Blaria Podcast. Today, I’m chatting with Jason Good, who is a comedian, but as of recent years, has turned his focus towards writing; first with his blog Jason Good – 365, in which he had a write a blog every day for a year. Mind you, he’s a stay at home dad of two and he still churned out quality work about his life and parenthood everyday, which by the end of year-long experiment landed him a children’s book deal. Talk about hustle, y’all! Not only that, he’s also busy writing scripts in the hopes of getting a TV show on the air and is in the process of writing a memoir. All this work definitely leaves less time to do stand up, but he still managed to stand up appearances on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham and, most recently, Nick Mom’s NickMom Night Out. Whew, okay I’m hella tired just writing all this. Luckily for me, Jason wasn’t too tired to meet me in Manhattan and chat about comedy, freelance writing, parenthood, and other fun stuff. Hope you guys enjoy our convo!

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Author: Blaria

According to Serial Optimist, NYC-based stand up-comedian and writer Phoebe Robinson “is brilliant and able to critique some really complex concepts in a sentence or two. Bask in it, people.” Which is precisely what The Huffington Post is trying to get people to do when it listed her as one of “18 Funny Women You Should Be Following On Twitter,” but with the way things are going, it seems the place to follow her is on TV. Phoebe is a writer for MTV’s Girl Code and most recently co-hosted an episode of the new series Raising McCain, wrote on the VH1 pilot Chateau Buteau, appeared on FX’s Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell and Comedy Central’s Broad City, was a panelist on VH1’s Big Morning Buzz, and has been featured on several talking head shows for Pivot TV, VH-1, and the TV Guide Channel such as 100 Shows to See Before You Die, 25 Biggest Reality Star Blunders, and 40 Greatest Hip Hop Songs. When not on television, Phoebe’s a writer for and contributes to The New York Times. Her blog Blaria (aka Black Daria) was picked up by The Huffington Post and has been featured on their website. She has also been published in Time Out NY, The NY Post, and The Smoking Jacket. Phoebe has also made her mark in the world of stand up. She was a finalist in NBC’s Stand Up for Diversity competition and was a part of their 2011-2012 USA college tour. Since the tour, she has performed in the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, the Eugene Mirman Festival, the New York Underground Comedy Festival, the All Jane No Dick Festival, SF Sketchfest, the Women in Comedy Festival, the Brooklyn Comedy Festival, and the New York Comedy Festival. Phoebe has also branched out into radio as she has been on Sirius XM’s Raw Dog Comedy, Canada’s CBC Radio, and bitch magazine’s podcast.

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