Hi, thanks for visiting my site. I recently published my first book, Blurred Lines:
Rethinking Sex, Power, and Consent on Campus
. The book is a sweeping epic featuring students, parents, and university administrators across the country. It answers many of the questions about sexual consent currently in national debate.
I'm also what used to be called a "magazine feature writer," but now that we live in the digital age, let's settle on "long-form writer."
I write long-form articles on pop culture, youth movements, and various topics requiring investigatory tools. Some of my articles are weighty, and some not at all.
Right now, I'm a contributing editor at The New York Times magazine and Vanity Fair. I've won a National Magazine Award, the magazine equivalent of a Pulitzer, in profile writing. "Gawker and the Rise of the Creative Underclass,"
a New York magazine cover story, was a finalist for the feature writing award. A profile of Arianna Huffington
was also nominated for a Mirror Award.
I am in awe of the service performed by the HER Foundation
, which helps women with hyperemesis gravidarum, and Bone Cancer Research Trust U.K.
, working to solve rare cancers across the pond.
My writing has also been published in these books
as well as mentioned in these articles
You can reach me at vanessagri [at] mac.com
, and you can sign up for a newsletter with recent stories and updates here
For speaking engagements, please contact Charles Yao.
For publicity inquires about Blurred Lines, please contact Taryn Roeder
at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.