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Jennifer Keishin Armstrong

Bedtime Network's "Sleep with the Stars," welcomes the sleep secrets of author Jennifer Keishin Armstrong.  As the writer of the bestselling book, "Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted: And All The Brilliant Minds Who Made The Mary Tyler Moore Show A Classic," she no doubt covets plenty of information about the habits of television's favorite personalities.  For instance, aren't you just dying to know how many times "Mr. Grant," really slept on Mary's pull out sofa? Let's ask her!

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Jennifer Keishin Armstrong grew up deep in the southwest suburbs of Chicago, then escaped to New York to live in a succession of very small apartments and write about pop culture.  In the process, she became a feminist, a Buddhist, and the singer/guitarist in an amateur rock band.  She also spent a decade on staff at Entertainment Weekly, co-founded, and now writes for several publications, including Women's Health, O, Writer's Digest, Fast Company, and New York's Vulture.  Her history of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Tea, was published by Simon & Schuster in May 2013; her collaboration with Heather Wood Rudulph, Sexy Feminism, was published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in March 2013.  She has provided pop culture commentary for CNN, VH12, A&E, and ABC.  She teaches for Gotham Writers Workshop and at writers' conferences.


Jennifer Keishin Armstrong's Bedtime Profile 

Bedtime Bling:

 None!  I'm a pajama fiend, but no bling goes to bed with me, or even works out with me.  I guess I have some deep-seated fear of being jabbed with a ring or necklace in my sleep or in my yoga. 

Nightly Nosh:

I gave up my 10 p.m. snacks when my metabolism hit its post-30 slowdown, but I still indulge in an occasional nighttime glass of wine, or the Sleepytime Tea I bought in bulk in Seattle.

Bedtime Book:

Yes!  Always.  Right now, it's Hemingway's THE SUN ALSO RISES - I'm on a classics kick.

Sleep Secret:

Ugh, I wish I had one.  My brain often likes to spin at full throttle once I lay down to sleep, and it's been a particular problem lately as I start a new project.   (My next book is about Seinfeld.)  Honestly, my biggest sleep secret is melatonin, though I worry about getting hooked on it.

Sleep Suit:

I bought a bunch of flannel pajama bottoms from Old Navy not too long ago, and they are a mainstay of my life.  As a stay-at-home writer, they end up being my work attire more times than I care to admit.

Crash Pad:


I moved into NYC's Stuyvesant Town a little more than a year ago with my longtime partner.  I still adore our home, which feels luxurious by Manhattan standards -- a two-bedroom, which means I get an office...and our bedroom is ginormous for the city.

Lights Out:

Theoretically, 11:30.  Realistically, midnight.  Sometimes 1 a.m.