Eden Arielle Gordon

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Location
New York, NY
School
Barnard College Of Columbia University
Expertise
Arts, Culture, History
  • Eden is a passionate lover of weird and alternative histories, and her work in travel writing for Untapped Cities and other sites has inspired her to dive deeper and deeper into the secret and hidden stories of the world's most magical places.
  • Eden spent two years researching the history of female Beat poets for a musical she wrote, and her love of poets, writers, artists, and their favorite haunts and secret pastimes knows no bounds.
  • Eden has extensive experience writing about arts and culture and has interviewed a wide range of artists over the years for many different websites.

Experience

Eden Arielle Gordon has written and edited for Lilith Magazine, Untapped Cities, Popdust, and MagellanTV, among many other publications, and she currently works as a freelance writer based in San Francisco. She is also a singer-songwriter, composer, and climate activist. She's perpetually learning new things and falling down strange and obscure research rabbit holes.

Education

Eden Arielle Gordon received her B.A. in English and creative writing from Barnard College of Columbia University, graduating magna cum laude in 2019. While at Barnard, she studied writing, philosophy, and critical theory at Columbia University and completed a thesis about the art and impossibility of telling stories about refugee crises.
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