Culture Journalists

Browse the directory of culture journalists below. We found 212 culture journalists listed.

Elizabeth Roan

Essayist and Blogger with many cultural curiosities. Inspired by art, music, and travel.

Writer, journalist, and social media manager for nonprofits located in Philadelphia. Contact me via email if you're interested in collaborating. email: [email protected]

Chantelle Mitchell

Writer, Tutor, Editor

BA in Creative Writing and Literature from Santa Fe University of Art and Design

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Eric M. Ruiz

Writer, Marketing Strategist

Eric M. Ruiz is an LA-based writer and marketing professional from Modesto, CA. Currently, he’s part of the Marketing team at Netflix where he helps partners across Latin America—like Telefonica and Samsung— tell amazing stories with Netflix content. Prior to Netflix, he spent six years working at Waze (and Google, after the 2013 acquisition), where he launched the company’s first partnerships and marketing campaigns in the US, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Peru, and Colombia. His essays on identity, belonging, and culture have appeared in Fast Company, Observer, Entrepreneur and Howler Magazine. A polyglot, Eric thinks in English, hugs in Spanish and goes to the gym in Portuguese. When he’s not in the office, Eric is practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, listening to the latest Kanye albums or arguing about soccer on the internet. Born and raised in Modesto, CA, he now resides in LA with his wife.


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Tasha Shayne


With more than 12 years of professional experience, I excel at crafting intriguing and polished copy. I strongly believe that clear communication is the key to conveying professionalism and expertise. If your company's emails, flyers, website, or other copy contains errors or isn't easily understood, you'll lose credibility with your audience. Opt for a professional who can write compelling content for a number of audiences, maintain brand voice, and nobly uphold the laws of grammar. I excel at writing clear, concise, and accessible copy — and I love doing it. Over the course of my career, I've written for such notable clients as Gaia, Sling TV, Organic India, Colorado State University Global, and more. I've worked with content marketing agencies, non-profits, e-commerce sites, and numerous entrepreneurs. My work experience includes writing copy for sales funnels, email newsletters, one sheets, research articles, websites, marketing proposals, animation scripts, style guides, training manuals, power point presentations, ads, and more. Have a project you'd like help tackling? Let me know what you're looking for, and we'll work out the details. Shoot me a quick email at [email protected]


Ana Sánchez Ortega

Creación de Contenidos Digitales, Comunicación y Producción Cultural

En tres palabras: entusiasta, disciplinada y soñadora. Trabajo a diario con CMS y SEO, a la vez que trato de mantener mi creatividad siempre despierta, tanto a la hora de escribir como de buscar nuevos recursos. Además soy bilingüe en inglés, y por mi formación y experiencia estoy acostumbrada a la relación con clientes.


Marina Daras

Freelance Journalist

I am a journalist living in London and currently working for several French speaking radio stations and newspaper as a UK correspondent. I have experience in print and radio journalism, occasionally TV, and can work in both French and English.


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Miles Raymer


I'm an award winning journalist, critic, and producer with over 15 years of experience covering music, culture, style, and politics across digital, print, and video for Esquire, Pitchfork, GQ, VICE, Playboy, MTV News, and Entertainment Weekly. In 2017 I won the Webby People’s Voice award in Animation for’s “A Brief History of Goth” (directed by Joren Cull). I'm a former contributing editor at Esquire, former music columnist for the Chicago Reader, and the only professional music critic to share a songwriting credit with Cat Power. I'm an expert in the history of pop music and youth culture going back to the early 20th century, and a keen observer of the intersection between art and technology. One time Cheech Marin called me "hilarious."

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Elodie (Louise) Testa

Journaliste - Pigiste

Thèmes de prédilection : géopolitique et Russie Autres intérêts : culture et société Langues parlées : français, anglais, russe, italien Diplômée de l'Institut d'Etat des Relations Internationales de Moscou (MGIMO) en 2015 Contact : [email protected]

Myles E. Johnson


“The job of the writer is to make revolution irresistible.” — Toni Cade Bambara | HAUSMUVA.NET

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Tori Rubloff


Tori Rubloff is a senior at the University of Florida (UF) who is pursuing a Master of Arts in Mass Communication from the UF College of Journalism. She is currently enrolled in an internship as a Writer for Study Breaks Magazine, in which she pitches and writes long-form pieces and conducts interviews. Tori has also been a National Feature Writer & News/Pop Culture Blogger for Her Campus, the #1 new-media brand for college women. Before this position, she was a Wisdom Writer for the UF chapter of Her Campus. She was also the Journalism Intern for UF Hillel, in which she pitched and wrote creative copy to engage the UF campus community. Thought Catalog, an online publication read by over 30 million monthly readers, has also published Tori's articles. Tori's dream is to work in the writing field to help make positive social change, enhance the lives of others and spread big ideas. Her favorite topics are personal growth, mental health, psychology, lifestyle, health, inspiration, motivation, creativity, culture and societal trends. She is also interested in how media and film have the capacity to create change, influence and impact. Tori aims to spread ideas of curiosity, discovery, passion, authenticity and positivity through her writing. Resume: See all of her articles for the following: Study Breaks | Her Campus | Thought Catalog | UF Hillel |

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