Thursday, October 30, 2008

Lydia Hearst

Lydia Hearst, an heir of the famous Hearst Corp. communications empire and a noted model and New York socialite, has been outed as the non-writer of her own Page Six Magazine column. Turns out she was interviewed by a reporter, who put her thoughts into printable form. Here's a comment that appeared under her byline in the column before she was found out.

“I sit down and I write what I’m thinking and what I feel — it happens all at once, I never stop writing.

"Probably when I go home tonight, I’m going to open my computer and just start typing … I always envision myself being a Hemingway type — sitting in a dark corner with my glass of, I guess it would be, my glass of tequila and lime juice — that’s how I do it.”

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