Lindsay Zoladz is an associate editor at Pitchfork. She writes a column there called Ordinary Machines, about the intersection of music, technology and identity. Her work has also appeared in The BelieverSlateSalon, the Washington City Paper, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and more. She used to edit Canonball, a feminist blog that she and former roommate Mia Steinle founded out of desk job boredom but have since put on hiatus for the bittersweet reason that they both found desk jobs that they like. She lives in Brooklyn, and her bowling average is 108 and rising.

What I'm Listening To: 

Angel Olsen - Half Way Home

Brian Eno - Another Green World

Lady Gaga - ARTPOP

Haim - Days Are Gone

Waxahatchee - American Weekend

What I'm Watching: 

Top of the Lake, Kids in the Hall (eternally), New Girl, Mad Men

What I'm Reading: 

Virginia Woolf, Audre Lorde, Amy Hempel, Cheryl Strayed, Janet Malcolm, Ellen Willis