Carrie Courogen (hi) has been a New York-based writer and editor for more than a decade. She currently works at Condé Nast, where she serves as a social video producer and director across brands like Vanity Fair, Teen Vogue, and Pitchfork. 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 (it’s on hiatus, sorry). She writes a newsletter called bed crumbs. Oh, and she is currently writing a book about Elaine May for St. Martin’s Press. You can follow on Twitter and Instagram if you so desire. 

Her writing — which often focuses on the intersection of feminism and pop culture, even though she more often feels like this screengrab of Diane Keaton in Reds — has been featured in print and online all over the place, from Vanity Fair to PAPER, Pitchfork, NPR, and many more. The full outlet list, at this point, is too chaotic to type in a braggy but nonetheless brief graf like this, so you can view a full archive of her writing samples here or take a look at her resume here

When she is not writing and asking you to read what she has written, she’s likely to be thinking about that time Madeline Kahn played the Metropolitan Opera Quiz on PBS (it was a cultural reset), lowering the median age at a concert/screening/discussion that is absolutely meant for a much, much older demographic, or walking around Manhattan listening to Paul Simon’s 1991 Concert in Central Park. Whatever. 

She’s rep’d by Nicki Richesin, Wendy Sherman Associates, if you have any actual work-related questions. 

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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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