Lane Moore’s #1 bestselling first book, How To Be Alone, is now available anywhere books are sold. You can buy book on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, iBooks, IndieBound, Word Bookstore, Books Are Magic, iBooks, and many more. The #1 bestselling audiobook is available on Audible.
Lane Moore is a bestselling author, award-winning stand-up comedian, writer, actor, and musician living in New York City. Paste Magazine named her #19 of the 75 Funniest People On Twitter, Refinery 29 named her one of their Female Comedians You Need To Know, Brooklyn Magazine named her one of The 50 Funniest People in Brooklyn, BUST Magazine named her one of 10 Funny Ladies You Need To Be Watching, and Village Voice named her “Queen Of Disdain,” in their Best Of New York issue, Out Magazine named her one of the “Out 100 of 2017,” and Bustle named her one of their Comedy Class of 2017 comedians.
Her monthly comedy show Tinder LIVE! was named on The New York Times Critic’s Picks, Ellen Degeneres called it “brilliant,” its been featured on Entertainment Tonight, and CBS called it one of the 5 Best Comedy Shows in NYC. BUST Magazine named her band It Was Romance the Best Band of 2015 and Billboard named them one of 16 Female-Fronted Bands You Should Know.
Her first book, How To Be Alone: If You Want To And Even If You Don’t, became a #1 bestseller. It was praised as one of the best books of the year by The New York Times, New York Magazine, NPR, Fast Company, Marie Claire, and others.
In summer 2019, Moore gave a TEDx Talk based on the book, also called How To Be Alone.
The New York Times called her comedy show Tinder LIVE! “truly addictive entertainment…[it’s] ingenious. Moore transforms the banter on a dating app into compelling long-form improvisation. Ms. Moore, a cagey and humane performer, has developed an instinct for turning the raw materials of sexually charged chat with ordinary strangers into honed and generous jokes. “Tinder Live” has a comic momentum and energy that is unusual. The way she manipulates tone and pace reveals an artist supremely confident in her form, not to mention a flirt par excellence.”
The New York Times called her appearance on season five of HBO’s GIRLS “one of my favorite moments of this season…[Moore is] wonderful.” Village Voice also praised Moore’s acting, saying, “Moore’s pitch-perfect delivery, disaffected eye rolls, and body language neatly telegraphed how thoroughly she was over Marnie’s bullshit. It’d be criminal to underuse her. Casting directors, that’s your cue.” Vogue called her a “jack of all trades.”
She is a prolific writer for The Onion, The New Yorker Shouts and Murmurs, The Washington Post (where she regularly writes for relationship column Solo-ish), Teen Vogue, InStyle, McSweeney’s, GQ, Glamour, Playboy, MTV, former Sex & Relationships Editor at Cosmopolitan. In 2016, she won a GLAAD award for her work with Cosmopolitan for Best Overall Magazine Coverage and was also nominated for a 2016 White House LGBT Champions of Change award. Lean In named her one of their Change Makers of 2018.
In April 2015, Pitchfork named the self-titled debut album from her band, It Was Romance, one of their Records To Watch This Summer, BuzzFeed called their first single one of the Best Of The Summer, and BUST Magazine called the band the Best Band of 2015. Village Voice premiered the first single, “Philadelphia,” calling the song “mysterious but undeniably attractive. It evokes feelings of loneliness with a danceable beat, not unlike a somber nighttime walk home on wet roads, with colorful, joyous city lights reflecting like a black mirror” and praising the album for its “glittering instrumental aspect and Moore’s velvety vocal delivery make the rest of “It Was Romance” saunter around like the life of the party, occasionally winking just to make sure you’re hooked.”
Paste Magazine described the band as “Hearkening back to a Dig Me Out era Sleater Kinney, Moore’s expansive sound covers love and all its mishaps with a catchy, blast loud and sing proud thoughtfulness. Blending garage rock with soul and experimental undertones, It Was Romance, formed in 2009 by Moore, walks multiple genres with a deft grace to mirror Moore’s bubbly wit and eye-catching presence.”
In late 2015, Lane created the popular blog Male Feminists of Tinder, which was immediately praised by Cosmopolitan, BuzzFeed, Huffington Post, Distractify, New York Magazine, who called it “brilliant…a perfect snapshot of a particular, awkward moment in culture and technology,” Daily Dot, Metro UK (who called it “brilliant and hilarious”), Paper Magazine (who called it “the best Tumblr ever,” saying, “Lane Moore is doing God’s work”), Bustle, and numerous others.
In 2017, she created popular blog Hotties of MTV’s “Next,” which was quickly praised by The AV Club, Distractify, and Cosmopolitan who called Moore a “genius” and the page “perfect.” The blog was also featured on an episode of Comedy Central’s @midnight.
Literary Agent: JL Stermer, New Leaf Literary.