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About Us

We are a print and digital publication dedicated to reshaping society’s ideas of what “women’s things” are. We are interested in stories that never get told: educational, emotional and inspirational. We are finding and highlighting the women who are making history today. Join us!

Alana Chloe Esposito

Contributing Editor

Alana Chloe Esposito is a foreign policy expert and human rights advocate. A UN Correspondent for AWT, she has reported on refugees, sexual violence in conflict, socially conscious art, the UN’s global development agenda, and women peace, and security, among other international issues. She currently serves as Gender Justice Program Officer for an NGO that provides legal support to survivors of gender violence and empowers their defenders.

Alex Tyson

Writer & DC Brand Ambassador

Alex Tyson is a contributing writer at A Women's Thing. Her writing and photography can be found in She Shreds, on the album cover of the band Metric's Fantasies Flashbacks, and in a very dense U.S. Government Climate Action Report sent to the United Nations.

Alicia Barrett

Sound Editor

Alicia Barrett is an audio engineer and sound editor specializing in spoken word media, like podcasts, audiobooks, and film dialogue editing and mixing.

Allison Geller

Associate Editor

Allison Geller has written for The Financial Times, Bustle, BKLYNR, uncube, ArtSlant, The St. Petersburg Times, The Moscow Times, Russian Life and others. Her chapbook of poetry, Write Home, is available from Finishing Line Press. When not writing, Allison can be found at a ballroom dance studio in midtown.

Anna Marie Clifton

Contributor

Anna Marie Clifton is a former gallery manager turned tech denizen, living and working in San Francisco. To find out more about her tech adventures, follow her on Twitter.

Ann Oldenburg

Contributing Editor

Ann Oldenburg, an alum of The Washington Post and USA Today, is a writer, an editor and the interim director of Georgetown University's journalism program. She loves the beach, even though she lives nowhere near one.

Dora Vanette

Contributing Editor

Dora Vanette is a design historian and writer based in New York. She is a lecturer at Parsons The New School for Design where she teaches courses on design history and critical reading and writing. Her research and writing has focused on design education and modernist design in the Eastern Bloc. Her writing has appeared in several publications including Dwell and Metropolis.

Frances F. Denny

Contributing Photographer

Frances F. Denny is an artist and photographer whose work investigates the development of female selfhood and identity. She holds an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design, and a BA from the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University. Her artwork is represented by ClampArt in New York City.

Genevieve Walker

Contributing Editor

Genevieve Walker is a writer based in Brooklyn, New York. She writes nonfiction, criticism, essays (poetry and some fiction) about photography, eating, cities, and women who work with their hands. She's written for Bon Appétit, Real Life, GQ, The Brooklyn Quarterly, The Pitchfork Review, Guernica, and others. Previously she led web editorial operations for the Players' Tribune, and before that, GQ, and before that, Vanity Fair.

Georgette Maniatis

Artwork Curation

Photographer and art curator for A Women's Thing. Follow her on Instagram @georgette_maniatis

Irene Huhulea

Digital Managing Editor

A former academic with a serious love of all things literary, Irene most often writes about media, culture, books and travel. When not writing (and even sometimes when writing), she can be found watching The Golden Girls.

Isabel Sullivan

Artwork Curation

Isabel Sullivan is an artist, writer, and current gallery manager based in New York City. @sullizvanin

Jackie Zimmermann

Contributing Editor

Writer for @NerdWallet and contributor to @AWomensThing. Formerly @MONEY. Tweet at Jackie with recommendations for Mexican food in Brooklyn.

Jessica Dunham

Contributing Editor

A West Coast-based writer and editor, Jessica's work has appeared in regional and national publications, including Runner's World, PHOENIX magazine, New Times, and more. She is a voracious reader of 1950s crime literature written by women, as well as every issue of New York magazine ever published.

Jess Ramalhete

Contributing Editor

Jess Ramalhete is a lifelong fan of narratives and especially the figurative elements therein. If she’s not looking for symbolism in books, then she’s looking for it IRL. She’s prone to, among other things, excitement. To that end, you should be able to spot her dancing down the streets of Manhattan to Golden Oldies music (particularly ’57–’64).

Julia Gamolina

Contributing Writer

Julia Gamolina is the Founder and Editor of Madame Architect, a platform dedicated to the visibility of women working in the built environment. She is also the Director of Strategy for Trahan Architects, a Founding Member of the Wing and writes the column Woman to Woman for A Women’s Thing.

Kate Edwards

Contributing Photographer

Kate Edwards is a fashion and lifestyle photographer based in Brooklyn, NY & Los Angeles. She is available for freelance projects and collaborations, and would love to hear from you. She occasionally brags about her dog, Gary, who is also available for bookings.

Kirby Salvador

Contributing Artist

Born and raised in Chicago, Kirby Salvador is a New York-based illustrator specializing in fictional cities and the human figure. Drawing early inspiration from Archie comics and later from artists such as David Shrigley and Ellen Gallagher, her work reflects her desire for excitement and continual learning.

Lindsay Mueller

Contributing Writer

Lindsay Mueller lives in Brooklyn and works in New York City. She's fascinated by the metaphysical space where the body meets the mind. Lindsay on Instagram.

Morgan Everhart

Contributing Writer & Art Curator

Morgan Everhart is a painter and curator in New York, NY. She contributes as a columnist for AWT interviewing artists and reviewing current events in the arts. @morgan_everhart

NatalieAnn Rich

Creative Director

NatalieAnn is a Brooklyn-based designer and creative director focused on storytelling through design. She’s worked with brands both big and small, and most recently helped bring home the iphiGenia Gender Design Award and the Red Dot Design Award in Communication Design with A Women’s Thing Magazine. She enjoys being outnumbered by plants.

Nicole Skibola

Contributing Writer

Wakeful Night is a book Nicole wrote and illustrated, a forthcoming publication with Dottir Press in the Fall of 2018. This book is an illustrated exploration of cancer-related loss she developed to lead readers through their own stages of identity, fear, and metaphorical thinking associated with a cancer diagnosis.

Rachel Hurn

Executive Editor

Rachel Hurn is a writer and a former bookseller and is currently the Associate Features Editor at Departures magazine. Her nonfiction, criticism, and personal essays have appeared in The New Yorker dot com, The Wall Street Journal, Interview Magazine, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Paris Review Daily, and other publications. She was born in Los Angeles and lives in New York City.

Salima Yacoubi Soussane

Contributing Editor

Salima Yacoubi Soussane is a writer and photographer who specializes in women’s empowerment. She is a New York and UN Correspondent, and has collaborated with The Guardian, MTV, Diptyk Magazine, and H24info.com. She lives in New York.

Sara Afzal

Contributing Writer

Sara Afzal is a writer and journalist in New York City. Sara enjoys writing about women’s issues, Iranian culture, international politics, technology, and social media. She attained a dual masters degree at NYU in Global Journalism and Middle Eastern Studies.

Sara DeLozier

Contributing Editor & Social Media Manager

Sara is a writer and editor in New York, and part of the publicity team at Picador Books. Her work primarily focuses on feminism, politics, and books, and has appeared in The Huffington Post and Ladies Get Paid, among other publications. She earned her MA in English Literature from NYU, with a special focus on the 19th-century novel, in 2015 and has since worked in book publishing and digital media.

Saskia Ketz

Publisher & Editor-in-chief

Saskia’s background is in advertising and branding. She’s all about business, analytics & strategy while maintaining her soft spot for typography and target audience analyses. She also gives personal talks on why not being an employee is a healthier choice of life.

Sid Azmi

Contributing Writer

Sid Azmi is the owner of Please New York, an educated pleasure shop in Brooklyn. Her column “Sid on Sex” explores her ongoing entrepreneurial and personal journey, as well as the daily revelations gained helping all kinds of women lead satisfying, joyful sex lives.

Tatum Mangus

Contributing Photographer

Tatum Mangus is a photographer who loves the preciousness of film and the way it makes her concentrate on each shot. Working mostly in medium format with color negative film, she feels most invested in a project when she can discover a great shot on a roll of negatives.

Tramaine George

Contributing Photographer

New York-based creative enthusiast with a passion for photography and all things film. @mainefocus

Whitney Seiler

Contributing Editor

Sometimes plans, but sometimes wings it.

Xiu-Jing Shi

Deputy Editor

Always plans, and never wings it. She loves money, monkeys, and being mischievous.

Yassana Croizat-Glazer

Contributing Writer

Yassana Croizat-Glazer is an art historian, dealer and advisor. A former Metropolitan Museum of Art curator, she is the founder of YCG Fine Art. She writes the column Past Matters for AWT.

Yin Q.

Contributing Writer

Yin is a BDSM educator/writer, media producer, sex work activist, and mother of two fierce girls. She has a BA from Barnard College and MFA from The New School. Her writing and work can be found at YinQ.net.

Darshan Somashekar

Tech Support

Darshan Somashekar is an entrepreneur that has co-founded and sold two companies, drop.io to Facebook in 2010, and Imagine Easy to Chegg in 2016. He spends his time learning the latest technology and developing new versions of old school classic games like Solitaire.

Contributors

  • Ahn Sun Mi
  • Alex Tyson
  • Allison Barnes
  • Amanda Charchian
  • Andrew Vanette
  • Aneta Bartos
  • Beth Hoeckel
  • Bianca Stone
  • Chris Jadatz
  • Coco C. Lam
  • Dale Appleman
  • Delphine Diallo
  • Divya Victor
  • E. Wallis Hughes
  • Eleanor Kriseman
  • Elina Mishuris
  • Emily Collins
  • Emily Wallis Hughes
  • Emily Diehl
  • Farrah Celler
  • Gillian Zinser
  • Gretta Johnson
  • Ilana Kohn
  • Janet McNally
  • Jen DeGregorio
  • Jenny Poole
  • Jessica Gross
  • Jessica Walsh
  • Julia Gronnevet
  • Karla Lamb
  • Karolin Schnoor
  • Kat Ross
  • Kate Prengel
  • Katie McDonough
  • Keith Madden
  • Kelli Russell Agodon
  • Kimi Mongello
  • Kisha Bari
  • Laura Cogan
  • Lauren Cannon
  • Leigh Lucas
  • Lindsay Mueller
  • Lisa Grace Hennessy
  • Lucia Fainzilber
  • Lucy Clark
  • Lyndal Rowlands
  • Lynn Hershman
  • Maimouna Guerresi
  • Margaret Williamson Bechtold
  • Margherita Urbani
  • Margot Ferrington
  • Mark Uzunian
  • Marni Chan
  • Mary Ruefle
  • Maysaa Jaber
  • Melissa Ahart
  • Molly Steele
  • Morgan Evans
  • Nicollette Ramirez
  • Olga Michael
  • Paulien Lethen
  • Rada Akbar
  • Randi Delano
  • Rebecca Pohl
  • Rebecca Triglianos
  • Ruthanne Minoru
  • Ryan Goldberg
  • Sarah Gerard
  • Serena Maszak
  • Shoko Wanger
  • Shoshanna Weinberger
  • Sophia Rauch
  • Taryn Finley
  • Tina Gong
  • Whitney Curry Wimbish
  • Zoë Frederick

Thank You

  • Meryl Hartzband
  • Dr. Kurubarahalli R. Saroja
  • Alexandra Tyson
  • Andy Liu
  • Annie Groeber
  • Bob Petrie
  • Catherine Gluckstein
  • Dan Patterson
  • Elena D'Aiutolo
  • Fernando Fernandez
  • Gabriela Lee
  • Gerulf Ketz
  • Giavanna Munafo
  • Jean-Noël Bonnieu
  • Jennifer McNulty
  • Jessica Ramalhete
  • Joshua Dias
  • Karen Ng
  • Keith Madden
  • Laura Cogan
  • Maria Schneider-Klampaeckel
  • Mary Meares
  • Naomi Geller
  • Rebecca Triglianos
  • Tanya Bertram
  • Founsev Li