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Hope Reese

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Louisville, KY
Freelance Writer — Freelance
Covers:  gun control, psychology, author interviews, women's issues, sex, television, cultural trends, book reviews

Writer for @TheAtlantic, @ChicagoTribune, @Undarkmag, @voxdotcom & more; Previously @TechRepublic @cbsi; PGP messages: bit.ly/2twbNwP

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Biography

Hope is a freelance writer and editor and has contributed to The Atlantic, The Boston Globe, the Chicago Tribune, The Courier-Journal, the Harvard Review, The Rumpus, and other publications. From 2007-2012, she worked at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard and earned a Master of Liber...

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@hope_reese — 3,008 followers, 1,833 tweets

Nov 14, 2017

RT @NiemanReports: It’s not simply about preventing sexual harassment; it’s about also acknowledging that this is often a part of a se…

Nov 14, 2017

The worst, most threatening insults anybody can hurl at mainstream media are, 'You're biased. You're not objective.' So how do you show that you're not biased? You have 2 sides to every story, whether the story really has 2 sides or not. #LindaGreenhouse @voxdotcom @ericallenbeen https://t.co/3v8vHgSsfL

Nov 14, 2017

.@AARPRresearch: Are you still a "lover of...George Takei" after the recent allegations of assualt (which he denies)? @GeorgeTakei https://t.co/k7nVCsDLM7

Nov 14, 2017

.aarpresearch: Are you still a "lover of...George Takei" after the recent allegations of assualt (which he denies)? @GeorgeTakei https://t.co/k7nVCsDLM7

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What was your first job as a journalist?

My first published article was for The Atlantic - a think-piece on a book called "Twentysomething: Why Do Young Adults Seem Stuck?" http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2012/11/yes-20-somethings-are-taking-longer-to-grow-up-but-why/265750/

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Unfortunately not.

How is social media changing news?

The underdog has a little more power. But the lack of stability and traditional newsrooms (which I've never experienced) is definitely scary.