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Hope Reese

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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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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@harikondabolu To be fair, we shouldn’t trust anything he says :)
RT @harikondabolu: TRUMP: I am a racist. MEDIA: Let’s go to our panelists. Is Donald Trump a racist?
Cybersecurity expert Susan Landau writes: “It is not an exaggeration to say that attacks by foreign states against U.S. civil society have the potential to severely destabilize democracy.” My review for @undarkmag:  https://undark.org/article/book-review-landau-listening-in/ 
.@CornelWest on race and our divided country: “Everybody has a capacity to change...a young gangster like Malcolm Little can become a great prophetic voice in 20th century America called Malcolm X––but it’s all love that does that.” For @JSTOR_Daily: https://t.co/XfiDOJbyGI
RT @SarahKSilverman: In this interview I say how I really feel about stuff. But please only comment if you actually read beyond the head…
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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.