Sarah Todd is co-editor and co-founder of Girls Like Giants. Her day jobs involve editing, reporting, and copious amounts of coffee. Her writing has appeared in publications including The Toast, The Hairpin, The Billfold, Racialicious, The Brooklyn Rail, and Tricycle: The Buddhist Review. Her favorite Paul Simon song is “The Coast,” but “Graceland” is a close second. Email her about stories and potential whale-watching trips at email@example.com and check out her website here.
Phoebe is co-editor and co-founder of Girls Like Giants. She has a PhD from University of Oregon, is an avid TV watcher and lover of teen dramas and all things murder-mystery related. When not teaching or sitting in front of her computer writing academic things or GLG posts, you can probably find her walking her dog, Lewis around Atlanta. One time she co-wrote a book about ninjas.
Melissa Sexton has a PhD from the University of Oregon, where she studied ecocriticism and American literature about wilderness and agriculture. She spends her spare time writing about entirely different things: 21st century hip-hop, CW television shows, and gender in music videos.
Chelsea Bullock is a PhD candidate at the University of Oregon writing a dissertation about reality television in the U.S.. She is a member of the Fembot Collective and co-editor of Fembot’s Laundry Day feature. Follow Chelsea on Twitter to read more on fashion, feminism, pop culture, and celebrity.
Sarah S. is a woman of many parts, as likely to write about Star Trek as modernist literature. She reads, writes, and obsesses about food, rock climbing, politics, literature, film, television, and other media. You can find her on Twitter @thesarahsiobhan.
Chelsea H. is a student, a teacher, an interminable nerd and medievalist by day, cook and wannabe caterer by night (and TV chef and food critic in her dreams). She also blogs at blackberryeating.com, where she shares her love of food and food writing.
Brian Psiropoulos is a dad and PhD candidate in English literature. He likes stuff, especially gothic Victorian novels, superhero comics, and video games. Also tennis.