“You can choose not to write about your embarrassments and things that make you feel vulnerable,” says actor, comedian, and writer Mindy Kaling ’01 in a story in The Guardian, “but it’s not like people can’t see them anyway. Most people think that everyone’s life is so easy in Hollywood. And, for the most part, life is pretty great. So those moments when you are embarrassed, or you feel slighted, or an idiot, or miserable–I think they’re good to write about. I mean, really, I cringe when I’m reading it. But it’s really funny.”
Read the full story, published 9/4/15 by The Guardian.