Carrie Courogen is a New York-based writer and editor with nearly a decade of editorial experience in print, digital, and video media. She currently works at Condé Nast, where she serves as a social video producer and director working across brands like Teen Vogue, Glamour, Self, and Iris. Previously, she was deputy editor of social video content strategy, in addition to leading editorial and social content for Iris, the company’s first social video brand for millennial women. 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. She is currently working on her first book and is very, very tired.
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, and more, in addition to her contribution to the 2019 essay collection Go All The Way: A Literary Appreciation of Power Pop.