Helen Donahue has worked as a columnist at both Vice and Playboy. Her writing has additionally been featured in Art in America, Input, Billboard, Notion Magazine, and more. She is working on a forthcoming essay with Epic Magazine and a memoir with Janklow & Nesbitt.
You can find her in the pottery studio, playing video games, walking her one-eyed dog in Tabi boots, or making really stupid jokes on Twitter.
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Dr. Amanda E. Rogers is NEH Visiting Assistant Professor of Middle Eastern & Islamic Studies at Colgate University, where her academic expertise includes political aesthetics, new media, and visual culture in the Middle East. Rogers also serves as a subject matter expert and consultant on insurgent media for the US Department of State and the United Nations.
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Antonia Crane is the author of the memoir “Spent,” which was translated in French last year by Tusitala a écrit to much fanfare, including in “L’Obs,” the most prominent weekly magazine in France. Her award-winning essays have appeared in publications such as The New York Times, Quartz, PRISM, Buzzfeed, N+1 and others. She was awarded the Outstanding Community Service & Activism Award from Antioch University Alumni Association in 2018. She is currently a PhD candidate at USC and continues to advocate for sex worker rights.
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s.e. smith is a Northern California-based journalist, essayist, and editor. smith’s work on disability, culture, and social attitudes has appeared in publications such as the Washington Post, Time, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, Esquire, and Vice, in addition to anthologies, most recently Body Language (Catapult, 2022). They received a National Magazine Award in 2020 for their work in Catapult.
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Melissa Chadburn’s writing has appeared in The LA Times, NYT Book Review, NYRB, Longreads, Paris Review online, and dozens of other places. Her debut novel, A Tiny Upward Shove, was published with Farrar, Straus, & Giroux in April 2022. She is a Ph.D. candidate at USC’s Creative Writing Program. Melissa is a worker lover and through her own work and literary citizenship strives to upend economic violence. Her mother taught her how to sharpen a pencil with a knife and she’s basically been doing that ever since.
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Jude Ellison S. Doyle is a journalist, opinion writer, and the author of two non-fiction books, including Dead Blondes and Bad Mothers: Monstrosity, Patriarchy and the Fear of Female Power (Melville House, 2019) and Trainwreck: The Women We Love To Hate, Mock and Fear… and Why (Melville House, 2016). MAW, his horror comic with artist A.L. Kaplan, is now out in a collected edition from BOOM! Studios.
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Alicia Kennedy is a writer based in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She publishes a weekly newsletter on food culture, media, and politics called From the Desk of Alicia Kennedy, and has a book on plant-based eating forthcoming with Beacon Press.
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Rax King is the James Beard Award-nominated author of Tacky (Vintage 2021) and co-host of the podcast Low Culture Boil. She lives in Brooklyn, NY with her toothless pekingese.
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Marianne Eloise is a writer covering things like culture, the internet, and music for outlets including The Cut, the New York Times, and Vulture. She is the author of the essay collection Obsessive, Intrusive, Magical Thinking.
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Allison Keeley is a freelance writer based between Mexico and the U.S.
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Daniel Sanchez Torres is a freelance writer splitting his time between the East and West Coasts. He can be found on Twitter trying his best @sup_dst or on his website supdst.com.
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Taylor Trudon is a writer based in Brooklyn. You can find her on Twitter: @taylortrudon.
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