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Apoorva Tadepalli, CRC 2017, is an assistant editor at Lapham’s Quarterly (where she was previously an Andrew Mellon Foundation Editorial Fellow), and a former fact-checker for The New Republic and Guernica.
Shaan Sachdev, CRC 2019, is a member of the editorial staff at Soft Punk.
EJ Dickson, CRC 2013, is a culture writer at Rolling Stone.
Ryan Baesemann, CRC 2019, is managing editor of Soft Punk.
Margaret Eby, CRC 2010, is a senior editor at Food and Wine.
PJ Grisar, CRC 2017, is a culture reporter at The Forward.
Gabe Stutman, CRC 2017, is the news editor of The Jewish News of Northern California.
Natasha Lewis, CRC 2012, is the co-editor of Dissent.
Fran Bigman, CRC 2018, is an associate editor at Guernica.
Amanda Feinman, CRC 2018, is an associate editor at Guernica.
Leigh Kamping-Carder, CRC 2009, is the deputy editor of The Future of Everything at The Wall Street Journal.
Jillian Steinhauer, CRC 2011, is a winner of the 2019 Arts Writers Grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation/Creative Capital and a former editor at Hyperallergic.
Ezra Glinter, CRC 2010, is editor-at-large at The Forward and the editor of Have I Got a Story for You: More Than a Century of Fiction from The Forward (W. W. Norton, 2016), a finalist for the 2016 National Jewish Book Award.
Niv Sultan, CRC 2018, is the television critic for Slant Magazine.
Crispin Long, CRC 2016, is a member of The New Yorker’s editorial staff.
Rachel Kraus, CRC 2017, is a tech reporter at Mashable.
Joshua Alvarez, CRC 2016, is assistant opinions editor at The Washington Post.
Alex Robert Ross, CRC 2016, is the editorial director of The FADER.
Ian Crouch, CRC 2009, is a contributing writer for The New Yorker.
Claiborne Smith, CRC 2002, is the former editor-in-chief of Kirkus Reviews and the literary director of the San Antonio Book Festival.
Lauren A. White, CRC 2012, is a field producer for CBS News.
Chloe Pantazi, CRC 2013, is the senior lifestyle editor at Insider.
Callie Hitchcock, CRC 2018, is a podcast producer at Campside Media.
Raphael Helfand, CRC 2020, is the editorial director of Laid Off NYC.
Chelsea Leu, CRC 2020, is the book review editor at The Rumpus and the recipient of an Emerging Critic fellowship from the National Book Critics Circle.
Charly Wilder, CRC 2009, has won a New York Press Club award for her piece “From Poland to Lithuania: A Writer’s Search for Her Jewish Past.”
Rennie McDougall, CRC 2017, was a runner-up for the 2018 Observer/Anthony Burgess Prize for Arts Journalism for his essay on Bjork’s Utopia.
Daniel Schroeder, CRC 2016, is producer of Slate podcasts.
Elisa Wouk Almino, CRC 2014, has been awarded residencies at Art Omi: Writers in Ghent New York (2015) and at the Fondation Jan Michalski in Montricher, Switzerland (2019). She is currently a senior editor at Hyperallergic.
Bryan Lowder, CRC 2011, is a Slate associate editor and the co-founder and editor of Outward, Slate’s section on life, culture, and LGBTQ issues.
Meredith Blake, CRC 2009, is an entertainment reporter for the Los Angeles Times.
Willa Paskin, CRC 2005, is Slate’s television critic.
Margaret Wheeler Johnson, CRC 2009, is the Director of Special Projects for Bustle Digital Group.
Schuyler Velasco, CRC 2010, is a senior editor at Experience Magazine.
Andrea DenHoed, CRC 2012, is the managing editor at NonDoc.
Arianne Wack, CRC 2013, is a technical producer at Radiolab.
Katherine Ryder, CRC 2012, is the managing editor of Harper’s.
J. Bryan Lowder, CRC 2011, is working on a forthcoming book with Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
Lauren Sandler, CRC 1999, is the author of This Is All I Got: A New Mother’s Search for Home (Random House Publishing Group 2020).
Jessica Gross, CRC 2011, is the author of the upcoming novel, HYSTERIA (The Unnamed Press 2020).
Thomas Chatterton Williams, CRC 2008, is the author of Self-Portrait in Black and White: Unlearning Race (W. W. Norton & Company 2019) and Losing My Cool (Penguin Random House 2011).
Margaret Eby, CRC 2011, published South Toward Home: Travels in Southern Literature on September 8, 2015.
Kent Russell, CRC 2009, published I Am Sorry to Think I Have Raised a Timid Son on March 10, 2015.
“Kent Russell is one of the most excitingly gifted young non-fiction writers to have appeared in recent memory.”
– John Jeremiah Sullivan, author of Pulphead