Washingtonienne Jessica Cutler was supposed to appear at a mediabistro.com panel next Monday, December 11 (From Blogger to Author: How Bloggers Get Book Deals, and What This Means for Publishing). But she blew it off after she remembered she was being sued. And that she had moved to Florida. (How do you forget where you live?) She didn’t feel too bad about bailing, though, when she also remembered she wasn’t being paid. Still, we’re shocked — shocked — that someone known for exchanging sex for money would behave this way. Now that Michael Malice and Rachel Kramer Bussel are on the bill, Jessica almost wants to come. But we’re still not paying her.
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