Carrie Courogen is a writer and social media editor based in New York with nearly a decade of editorial experience in print, digital, and video media. She currently works at Condé Nast, where she serves as 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 a contributing 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 Vanity FairGlamour MagazinePAPER MagazineNPR MusicPitchforkViceFlood MagazineGuitar WorldQuartzBustle, the NY Daily News, and more, in addition to her role as the host and writer of season three of Consequence of Sound’s The Opus podcast and her contribution to the 2019 essay collection Go All The Way: A Literary Appreciation of Power Pop.

A full archive of her writing samples can be viewed here. Her resume is available here. Feel free to contact for any further questions or comments.

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  1. You’re very accomplished! Way to go on pursuing what you obviously are passionate about. I wish I came across your blog 24 hours ago as I would have definitely nominated you for the inspirational blogger award! The next one.. 🙂

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