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Sarah Fonseca

New York City
Film Critic and Book Reviewer — Freelance
Covers:  art, culture, film, television, books, politics, history, tech, lgbt, the south, sexuality
Doesn't Cover: higher education, consumer affairs, finance, business

"Gutter" like the Wilde quote. "Gutter" like the DG Yola lyric. Film writer @Fandor, w/work in @BlackWarriorRev, @cleojournal, etc.

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Sarah Fonseca is a publicly-educated film critic, book reviewer, and copyeditor from the Georgia foothills who lives in New York City.

Her essays and reviews have appeared in BuzzFeed, Black Warrior Review, cléo: a journal of film and feminism, IndieWire, and Lambda Literary Review, among others....

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@sheabutterfemme Plenty of Blue Lives Matter activists to organize against out there. Have him put his talents to good use.
@sheabutterfemme Tell him that Staten Island is an "up and coming area"
@sheabutterfemme Is this with regards to the text you just sent me? I got upset for a second because I thought you were crowdsourcing for that person!
@podunkrococo Very zzz with her ongoing white male director's muse phase with Arnofsky - so glad Rachel Weisz divorced T H A T. 
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What was your first job as a journalist?

I was on yearbook school staff in high school, from 2005-2007.

Have you ever used a typewriter?


Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Louise Fitzhugh's Harriet M. Welsch is the best; I'm a fan of startin' 'em young!

Black Warrior Review’s Nonfiction Contest

2017 - Nonfiction
My essay “The Fourth State: Some Course Notes” was a finalist for Black Warrior Review's 2017 Nonfiction Contest, judged by Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib.

The Association of LGBTQ Journalists Excellence in Journalism Award

2016 - Online Journalism
My essay “Remembering Lesley Gore” was a co-recipient of a 2016 Excellence in Online Journalism Award from the NLGJA; awarded alongside works by Shannon Keating, Lauren Morrell Tabak, Marcie Bianco, and Lisa C. Moore.