I’m a freelance writer and fact-checker. I write about books and TV shows; I also write cultural criticism, sometimes focusing on how the internet is shaping communities—and vice versa. I’ve also found myself reporting on Hong Kong politics. My work has been featured in or is forthcoming from The Nation, The Outline, The Point Magazine, and Popula.
I graduated from the University of Chicago in 2018 with a degree in Philosophy and Allied Fields (Literary Studies), and was awarded the 2018 Les River Fellowship for Young Novelists there. Previous media internships include Boston Review, The Point Magazine, and of course, The Nation Magazine. I also write fiction, and am one of the 2020 A Public Space Writing Fellows.