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Lenny Letter is developing a book imprint and a possible HBO short film series.
Dunham has graced the cover of many popular magazines, including Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, and Rolling Stone.
Dunham later apologized for the confusion and Random House reprinted the book with a clarification, releasing a statement saying: "Random House, on our own behalf and on behalf of our author, regrets the confusion." In 2015, Dunham co-founded Lenny Letter with Jenni Konner.
In addition to the regular newsletter, Lenny Letter published a Fiction Issue and a Poetry Issue during fall 2015.
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I am a half-Jew, half-WASP, and I wrote two Jews and two WASPs.
Lesley Arfin, a writer for the show, responded to the controversy with the tweeted comment: "What really bothered me most about Precious was that there was no representation of ME." Afrin later deleted the comment following uproar on social media claiming her tweet was racist.In the book, Dunham describes “Barry” as a guy who wore cowboy boots, sported a mustache, hosted a radio show, worked at a campus library and graduated in 2005.According to the man’s attorney, Aaron Minc, that description warrants enough detail to point a finger at his client.On January 3, 2017, she praised Glamour for featuring her with bare legs on their February 2017 cover - sans Photoshop - meaning that her cellulite on her thighs is visible. In fall of 2012, Dunham appeared in a video advertisement promoting President Barack Obama's re-election, delivering a monologue, which, according to a blog quoted in The Atlantic, tried to "get the youth vote by comparing voting for the first time to having sex for the first time".Fox News reported criticism from Media Research Center's Lauren Thompson, public relations professional Ronn Torossian, and media trainer Louise Pennell, which labeled the advertisement as tasteless, inappropriate, and a ploy to lure the younger female vote.
Her father, Carroll Dunham, is a painter, and her mother, Laurie Simmons, is an artist and photographer, and a member of The Pictures Generation, known for her use of dolls and dollhouse furniture in her photographs of setup interior scenes.