Who Am I?
Marsh was featured in profiles in the Washington Post and the New Republic during the height of the 2007-2008 presidential election cycle, when she became one of the first to call the media on their sexist coverage of Hillary Clinton, which is documented in her second book, The Hillary Effect. It chronicles Hillary Clinton’s rise and first run for president and proves why she’s a reluctant candidate the second time around, which has a lot to do with the media.
Marsh steps down from her beauty queen pedestal in her third book to reveal the truth about relationships, sex, and the psychology of cheating, which she learned about in the trenches. How a Miss America contestant, not to mention a Miss Friendship in the Miss Teenage America Pageant, and Broadway babe, ended up as editor-in-chief of the first female-run soft-core website to make money on the web is only part of the story told in her latest book.
Taylor has been interviewed by the BBC, CNN, MSNBC, C-SPAN’s Washington Journal, Al Jazeera Arabic and Al Jazeera English, among others. She has been featured in The Hill and “The Washington Scene”, Washington Journal’s Hotline’s On Call, the LA Times, NewYorkTimes.com and many other new media and national news venues. Taylor is a contributor for Huffington Post, and has written op-eds for The Hill, as well as U.S. News & World Report, and other news outlets.
As the World Turns
Some of my highlights
Here’s The Good Stuff. Some of My Best Work Is Featured Below.
WHEN INTERVIEWED about the opportunity to take on Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Michael C. Hall had a quick answer. He told Broadway.com, “It’s maybe my first and last chance to live out a […]
First published on Huffington Post
WHEN NO one answers your online ad there is no reason to feel rejected, especially when you’re doing all the wrong things.
I’m an expert, having been Relationship Consultant to […]
THE SEASON of progressive discontent over Hillary’s coming 2016 candidacy is upon us.
An article in The Hill by Alexandra Jaffe kicked it off. Exposing”secret emails” from progressives on an email list in […]
cross-posted on Huffington Post Women
What’s been happening on cable television lately is inspiring conversations that are breaking out in the open and revealing a secret that women have known for centuries. It’s not […]
TALKING WITH HuffPostLive today, we covered the piece I wrote on the Miss America Pageant, which aired live last night. It was televised on ABC, getting a higher profile, which I believe it […]
Published on HuffPostSports
IT’S IMPORTANT to remember that the NFL’s initial reaction to Ray Rice coldcocking Janay Palmer, now Janay Rice, was a mild two-game suspension. The Ravens even sent out a tweet where […]