Carrie Courogen (hi) is a New York-based entertainment and culture writer and editor with nearly a decade of editorial experience in print, digital, and video media. She currently works at Condé Nast as a social video producer and director across brands like Vanity Fair, Teen Vogue, and Glamour. Additionally, she is an associate editor at Bright Wall/Dark Room, as well as the co-host, co-writer, and editor of the ‘77 Music Club podcast.
Her writing — which often zeroes in on the intersection of feminism and film, music, and pop culture — has been featured in print and online for publications like PAPER Magazine, NPR Music, Pitchfork, Vice, Vanity Fair, Glamour Magazine, Allure, Flood Magazine, Consequence of Sound, Vinyl Me Please, Guitar World, Quartz, Bustle, the NY Daily News, Go All The Way: A Literary Appreciation of Power Pop (2019, Rare Bird Books), and more. *extreme Jenny Lewis voice* Would you hire me? Because I’d hire me.
Obviously, she’s on Twitter and Instagram incessantly. A full archive of her work and writing samples can be viewed here. Her resume is available here. She is rep’d by Nicki Richesin, Wendy Sherman Associates.