Brooklyn Magazine: "The 50 Funniest People in Brooklyn" 

The Washington Post: "With vocal fry and upspeak, these podcast hosts parody the policing of women’s voices"


Newsweek: "The Gospel of Reductress"

The New York Times: "Reductress Takes Its Satirical Voice Beyond the Internet"

Splitsider: "Inside the Rise of 'Reductress'"

Mouth Time podcast:

Vulture: "The Best 10 Comedy Podcasts of 2017"

TimeOut New York: "The Best NYC Comedy Podcasts"
              "This consistently savage and increasingly deranged satire show parodies the world of “women’s interest” magazines, lifestyle blogs and health industries with relentless aplomb. Abysmal hosts Quenn and Dikoda—conceived and voiced by the upsettingly committed Nicole Silverberg and Rachel Wenitsky, respectively—interview an endless series of crystal experts, pet psychics and new-age morons."

Paste Magazine: "8 Comedy Podcasts You're Missing Out On"
              "The latest feather in [Reductress'] cap is the truly marvelous podcast Mouth Time, featuring ‘ladymag editors’ Quenn and Dikoda (Nicole Silverberg and Rachel Wenitsky) who embody with next-level commitment every quality of the media Reductress lampoons... The result is something special."

OZY: "The Onion Meets Cosmo" - interview for Reductress podcast "Mouth Time!"

A.V. Club: "Podmass 8/15/16"
              "Co-hosts Nicole Silverberg and Anna Drezen (in character as the puerile, puddle- deep site-editors Quenn and Div) are quick-witted and razor-sharp, even while feigning dullness, as they skip effortlessly from absurd topic to absurder topic."

A.V. Club: "Podmass 6/6/16"

Other stuff:

WIRED: "How They Made The Neu Jorker, a Parody So Good It's Scary"

The Washington Post: (Someone turned my tweet into a website. Technology is insane!) "'Mail my body to Paul Ryan': An extremely morbid way to protest the GOP health-care bill"

Daily Dot: "One Comic's Obsession with These Wild Articles About Oreos"