Jenny Luna on Muck Rack

Jenny Luna

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San Francisco
Podcaster and Writer — Mother Jones

podcasting and writing in SF Bay Area @motherjones formerly @miamiherald and @columbiajourn| eat words and write food

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Biography

Jenny Luna is a bilingual journalist hailing from the mountains and alpine lakes of Northern Nevada. She currently works at Mother Jones and covers food politics, animal rights, and education. She works in radio and print.

How Trump's USDA could be very bad for puppies

How Trump's USDA could be very bad for puppies

Here's the crowd that packed San Francisco's airport to support immigrants

Here's the crowd that packed San Francisco's airport to support immigrants

From Beer to Snack Bars, How Start Ups are Fighting Food Waste

From Beer to Snack Bars, How Start Ups are Fighting Food Waste

If Millennials Make a Difference This Election, Here's Where It Will Happen.

If Millennials Make a Difference This Election, Here's Where It Will Happen.

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@J2theLuna — 953 followers, 4,257 tweets

Sep 21, 2017

RT @MotherJonesFood: Lindy West on how eating as a woman is like being under ”surveillance”  http://bit.ly/2xwcV5e  https://t.co/uXQR6T2t1P

Sep 20, 2017

RT @trufelman: "The eyes of Doctor T. J. Eckleburg are blue and gigantic — their irises are one yard high." https://t.co/KrfYtVNUSU

Sep 20, 2017

RT @Marc_Perrone: L'Shanah Tovah to everyone celebrating Rosh Hashanah. Sending you my warmest wishes for a Happy New Year! 🍎🍯🍷…

Sep 20, 2017

Got a knack for storytelling, a love for reporting, and an insane drive to get to the truth? Apply! https://t.co/zVnKstYzae #journojobs https://t.co/i8cFfTIbgq

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Interview

Have you ever used a typewriter?

No.

How is social media changing news?

For me it is a reminder that being right, not just first, is essential as a journalist.

What's your favorite social network?

Instagram

Awards

Hearst Journalism Award

2007 - Feature Writing
Hope Flies, a Couple Finds Salvation in the Sky. Awarded for a long form piece narrating a couple's search for a new life in aviation after losing both of their sons in a car accident the week before Christmas.