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Katherine J. Igoe

Freelance Writer/Editor, Contributing Editor, Cosmopolitan

Location icon United States

I'm passionate about telling interesting stories. Email or message me with ideas, freelance work, places to pitch, or speaking opportunities. I'm Massachusetts-based but available to work anywhere in the U.S.
Bylines: Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Bustle, Parents, Mashable, The Boston Globe, Good Housekeeping, Harper's Bazaar, Seventeen, Prevention, Women's Health, Men's Health, Town and Country, The Oprah Magazine, Delish, Apartment Therapy, Elle UK, NBC Boston, etc.
Email: [email protected]

Portfolio

Recent Editorial Work

Bustle
08/14/2021
At 28, Sheryl Crow Was Waiting Tables & Mingling With Music Legends

In Bustle's 28 series, successful women describe what their lives looked like when they were 28—what they wore, where they worked, what stressed them out most, and what, if anything, they' do differently. Sheryl Crow reflects on the time she spent trying to hit it big.

The Boston Globe
11/22/2019
How to Embrace a Solo Holiday in the City

Being alone for the holidays: even the idea carries with it an outsize fear of being considered pathetic. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

Client Work

The Muse
10/20/2021
19 Part-Time Jobs That Actually Pay Well

Part-time jobs have expanded since the pandemic hit. These opportunities, typically requiring less than 30 hours of work per week, can give you consistency without the demands of a full-time job.

JanSport
05/01/2020
4 Ways to Practice Self Care On A Budget

Prioritizing wellbeing doesn't have to mean a trip to an expensive spa or investing in a pricey fitness subscription. There are many other ways to practice self-care, especially when everyone should be staying at home.

Facing History and Ourselves
05/01/2019
Annual Report: Facing History Now

I contributed to the writing and editing of Facing History's 2018 Annual Report, including interviewing subject matter experts and highlighting success stories of civics in U.S. classrooms.

Perkins School for the Blind
10/24/2018
Understanding the World Through STEM

Perkins has been teaching math and science in some form for over 180 years, but they’ve evolved critically since then. Today, a STEM education curriculum helps students integrate into a technology-driven world. This recent emphasis on process and practicality may be new for some, but not Perkins.

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