I’m primarily a radio/audio producer, although I’ve worked in web before, and probably the perfect person to produce the podcast you’ve been dreaming of. As the senior producer of Latino USA, I led a team of producers to the show’s first Peabody award in its over 20-year history.
I work with a A Women’s Thing. We are a print quarterly + blog focused on reforming women’s media. We are actively interested in expanding the diversity of our writers, in terms of background, race, ethnicity, sexual identification, areas of interest, and more.
I’ve been an editor for years at places like Guernica, Ricepaper and more recently Feet in 2 Worlds. I’m currently the managing editor of Ruins, a magazine about culture and the built environment. An essay I wrote was compiled in the book Canada’s Best Essays 2012. I also do stuff for Africa is a Country and soon, the Nation.
I write humor pieces for the New Yorker’s Shouts and Murmurs; personal essays; and essays on pop culture trends, digital lives (as they evolve with tech), music, and sports. I was the founding editor of AboveAverage.com, a comedy website in the Broadway Video family. I’m currently an associate producer at The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore and look forward to writing more pieces on a range of topics.
Donovan X. Ramsey is a multimedia journalist whose work puts an emphasis on race and class. He has written for outlets including The Atlantic, Gawker, The New Republic, MSNBC, Talking Points Memo and Ebony, among others.The Columbus, Ohio native earned his M.S. in magazine journalism from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and B.A. in psychology from Morehouse College. He is currently a Demos Emerging Voices fellow and resides in New York City.