Forget everything you think you know about summer camp, and step
into the exclusive world of Silver Springs Fine & Performing Arts
Camp for Girls. These young women have big aspirations:
Broadway. SoHo Galleries. Julliard. They've got
more to do with their precious time than worry about hanging your panties on
the flagpole. And their idea of "roughing it" is setting the AC in their cabins
Fifteen-year-old Indigo Hamlisch is a teenage art prodigy
looking forward to her last summer at Silver Springs. At least, she was looking
forward to it, until the second she stepped on the bus and came face to face
with her shampoo-commercial model/actress BFF, Lucy. Growing up, Indigo and Lucy
were artists taking on the world side-by-side, but this summer, Lucy's a CIT,
and that means everything is different. Lucy is old enough now to hang out with
the counselors, including Indigo's longtime, scandalous and unrequited crush, paint-splattered
instructor Nick Estep. But it's not like anything is going to happen between
them. Lucy would never do that her best friend... right?
Art Girls Are Easy is a scathing comedy of errors -- part Jane Austen, part Gossip Girl, part Wet Hot
American Summer -- all filtered through the wry, satirical eye of Indigo
Hamlisch, a girl who's been there, done that, and looking for a little
Praise for Art Girls Are Easy:
"Read everything Julie Klausner writes and listen
to everything Julie Klausner says. She is hilarious, wise and smarter than you.
She has a way of writing that makes you feel included. She is sharp and warm at
the same time. I adore her"
—Amy Poehler, actress and comedian
Praise for I Don't Care About Your Band:
"Julie Klausner has the perfect comedic voice for a new generation of ladies-brave, self-deprecating, high-larious beyond and brand spanking new."
—Jill Soloway, executive producer of Emmy award-winning television show United States of Tara and author of Tiny Ladies in Shiny
Julie Klausner is a New York City-based writer/performer. She is the author of a memoir called I Don't Care About Your Band, which was optioned by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's production company, and the host of a weekly podcast called How Was Your Week. Julie is a regular contributor to Vulture.com, where she writes about Real Housewives and makes videos, and she also writes for television, including shows like Billy on the Street and Best Week Ever. Her website, predictably, is julieklausner.com. Art Girls Are Easy is her first book for young adults.