Sept 28, 2022: Ana Marie Cox: The Cut: Following the Rules Won’t Keep Me Sober
July 11, 2022: Ana Marie Cox: Salt Lake Tribune: Ana Marie Cox: Democrats can win if they embrace the politics of fear
Nov 27, 2017: Hilarious World of Depression: Ana Marie Cox Is Not Really Edited Much At All
You know those things that happened but that you don't talk about very much? Or even at all? Because they're too upsetting? In this episode, host John Moe and guest Ana Marie Cox put those things on the table. Ana is a journalist, pundit, and podcaster; she talks about the lowest point in her mental health, a horrible decision, and what came next.
Oct 19, 2017: Ana Marie Cox: New York Times: For Ana Marie Cox, Goodbyes Can Be Awkward
Mar 22, 2015: Ana Marie Cox: Daily Beast: The Truth Behind Ted Cruz’s Lies
May 12, 2009: Chicago Maroon: Writer Ana Marie Cox returns to alma mater to give advice on careers, journalism
Ana Marie Cox (A.B. ’94), an Air America Media national correspondent, former Time Magazine correspondent, and founding editor of the political blog Wonkette, shared tips on how to have a successful, fulfilling career with students in the Center for Integrative Science on Thursday.
Jan 2, 2006: Wall Street Journal: Article III Groupie Expected to Become Wonkette
Here’s the latest buzz: Queen of the blogosphere Ana Marie Cox is said to be handing over the reins at her spicy political blog Wonkette. David Lat, the federal prosecutor who revealed himself to the New Yorker magazine in November as the author of the popular “Underneath Their Robes” judicial blog, is expected to start blogging for the site.
Apr 18, 2004: New York Times: First With the Scoop, if Not the Truth
WHEN the notoriously unreliable Drudge Report blared the stunning headline in February that Senator John Kerry had had an affair with a woman on his staff, the gossip columns in Washington's newspapers did not print a word. Ana Marie Cox saw an opening. Ms. Cox, writing in her new web log Wonkette, gleefully shared every unsubstantiated detail. That the story faded, unsupported by any evidence, seemed almost inconsequential to Ms. Cox. ''It was just one of those things that people in Washington were talking about,'' Ms. Cox said later, by way of explanation.
September 23, 1972: Ana Marie Cox is born in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
January 5, 2006: Cox officially announced her retirement as Wonkette's editor and her imminent transition to "Wonkette Emerita."
January 6, 2006: Cox's novel Dog Days, a satire of Washington, D.C. life for which she was reportedly paid $250,000, was published.
July 27, 2006: Cox was named the Washington editor of Time.com, where she also wrote The Ana Log.
April 12, 2007: Cox claimed on Time magazine's website that she agreed to appear on the Don Imus radio show despite its history of racially and sexually charged content because she wanted to be considered part of the media elite. Cox wrote: "I'm embarrassed to admit that it took Imus' saying something so devastatingly crass to make me realize that there just was no reason beyond ego to play along. I did the show almost solely to earn my media-elite merit badge."
January 19, 2009: Cox debuted on Air America Media as their first Washington-based national correspondent.
September 4, 2009: Cox guest-hosted on the Rachel Maddow Show in Maddow's absence.
February 17, 2010: On an episode of ABC's "Top Line" webcast announced that Cox had become the Washington correspondent for GQ magazine.
September 26, 2012: Book publisher Penguin Group sued Cox for the return of an $81,250 advance and $50,000 in interest, payment for a humorous book she agreed in 2006 to produce and never provided to the publisher.
October 11, 2014: Cox announced on Twitter that she was engaged to Minneapolis risk manager John Ramonas.
February 28, 2015: Cox announced in an article in the Daily Beast that she is a Christian.
December 27, 2016: In honor of Carrie Fisher's death, Cox confirmed via Twitter that she has bipolar disorder.