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Jessica Bryce Young

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Orlando, FL
Editor-in-Chief — Orlando Weekly
Covers:  News, culture, art, theater, books, food and drink, film, music
Doesn't Cover: No hot takes

editor in chief, @orlandoweekly | #binders | I'm probably not being sarcastic (no, seriously)

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@jby789 — 1,387 followers, 9,244 tweets

RT @KaniJJackson: Even people in Alaska were marching. This is the most incredible, inspiring and powerful image from… https://t.co/7PeF4jJAEU
RT @TrashFireT: @sadydoyle I was frustrated by a young feminist writer recently who wrote that "older feminists" need to step aside… https://t.co/41oy599i6Q
Crap. I am significantly older than you and it never occurred to me either. Goddammit  https://twitter.com/nohoesshady/status/932682877564805121 
RT @marynmck: At some point I ask every food-safety expert I meet what they don't eat. Every single one has said, "raw sprouts."  https://www.cdc.gov/salmonella/montevideo-01-18/index.html 
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Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes!

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Three-way tie between Lou Grant, Hildy Johnson and Harriet M. Welsch.

How do you prefer to be pitched on stories?

With a three-sentence description of the story, a strong idea of who would read it and why, and at least three prospective sources.

Awards

Association of Alternative Newsweeklies AAN Award

2014 - Arts Criticism
1st Place: "Malick Sidibé’s portraits depict the evolution of self-definition"; "‘And Every Day Was Overcast’: Growing up bored and high in Loxahatchee"; and "'I Believe in You' is a freeze-frame portrait of an artistic community," by Jessica Bryce Young, Orlando Weekly

Association of Alternative Newsweeklies AAN Awards

2010 - Arts Criticism
3rd Place: "Ecstatic Transformations: Two artists render the mundane mysterious"; and "Summer Studies: New art shows that'll be hanging around all ... you know," by Jessica Bryce Young, Orlando Weekly