I am a writer and feminist living in Los Angeles. I’m the Senior West Coast Editor of Snakkle and a freelance writer. I’ve previously written for Ms. magazine and I was the Research Editor for Tomorrow magazine. I have a BAS in English and Women Studies from Ohio University and a MA in Cultural Studies from Carnegie Mellon University. In my spare time, I enjoy anything in the teen genre, margaritas on patios, sad lady poetry and 90’s rap & r&b.
Too much Taylor Swift.
Girls, Parks and Recreation, 30 Rock, Enlightened, New Girl, Happy Endings, Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23, The Hour, Downton Abbey, American Horror Story.
I'm mostly reading pop culture, television and film criticism online. I've been reading Wild by Cheryl Strayed and The Revolution Was Televised by Alan Sepinwall.