I have written for The New Yorker online, The Believer, Dissent and The Boston Globe, among other places. My work has been collected in The Best of the Believer Music Interviews and The Feminist Utopia Project.

Until May 2012, I was an undergraduate at Harvard, where I studied ancient and Renaissance history. As a student, I wrote a column about women at the university for The Crimson, was an editor at The Advocate and worked for the head of the Harvard library. From 2010 to 2011, I was a Ledecky Fellow at Harvard Magazine.

After graduation, I spent a year studying ancient papyrus and early Christianity at Oxford as a Henry Fellow. I live in New York, where I am an assistant editor at The New York Review of Books.