About us

WeetabixWeetabix

When she’s not pretending to be important at her day job, Weetabix rides the prairies of Wisconsin on her trusty steed, Nickles, with her constant companion, a Pekin duck named Lucien.

Together, the threesome fights crime and also solves mysteries, while educating the women of this fine land in the importance of appropriate foundation garments.

She also has a personal online journal called That’s My Bix, contributes to an American Idol live blog, a half-hearted culinary companion blog, and a size-acceptance blog.

You can also hear her dulcet voice on a podcast called 3 Fast 3 Furious.

Weetabix’s hobbies include making peanut butter and bananas sandwiches and wearing warm socks.


Anne FitzgeraldAnne Fitzgerald

Anne Fitzgerald is a freelance writer, editor, proofreader and professional cat snuggler living for less on the outskirts of Salt Lake City.

She’s originally from New York, but is a San Franciscan at heart, and is probably thinking about candy right this second.

This is a problem, since she had weight-loss surgery in 2006.

She’s currently lost about 180 pounds, and can tell you that it’s a hell of a thing.

She misses bread, is currently shopping around a novel, and wants you to know you’re very pretty.


Kimberly Rae MillerKimberly Rae Miller

Kimberly Rae Miller does not at all enjoy long walks on the beach or getting caught in the rain.

She does however adore Hooters (the restaurant, people!), Freddy Kruger, and pretty much anything having to do with fundamentalist Mormons.

Kim, a sarcastic wench with a heart of gold, is a real-life New Yorker who currently resides in Brooklyn.

When she isn’t working as an actress and comedian she works for one of the nations leading non profit health organizations.

Like everyone else in the entire world, Kim writes a blog, about food no less!

You can check out her ramblings at Food For Thought. Kim can be seen performing improve regularly with the Hebrew School Dropouts.

She spends more time at wax museums than is socially appropriate.

Wax museum rehab has been recommended, but she says, “No, no, no!”