Carrie Courogen (hi) is a New York-based culture writer and editor with over a decade of editorial experience in print, digital, and video media. She is currently the associate director of creative development, digital video, for Pitchfork, Vanity Fair, and Tatler at Condé Nast.
Her writing has appeared in publications like Bright Wall/Dark Room (where she is an associate editor), Glamour Magazine, NPR, PAPER, Vanity Fair, Vice, and many more, in addition to her Substack newsletter, bed crumbs. She is currently writing a biography of Elaine May for St. Martin’s Press. She is not chill so much as just very tired.