Alyssa Rosenberg Joins Women and Hollywood

by Melissa Silverstein
July 22, 2013 12:30 PM
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I have some great news to report.  Alyssa Rosenberg, the amazing, talented writer is joining Women and Hollywood as a weekly columnist.  

When I was thinking about bringing in someone to give more depth to the TV coverage I immediately thought of Alyssa.  She was the top and bottom of the list, and lucky for us, she was available and interested in being a part of Women and Hollywood.  

For those of you who have read Alyssa's work regularly you know as I do that there are not many people in the blogosphere that stand out as smart, feminist and readable.

She'll be writing one post a week, mostly on TV, and we are so excited that she will be sharing her insights with all of us.

Her first post will go up this week.

Her bio:

Alyssa Rosenberg is the Features Editor and critic for She is a correspondent for Alyssa grew up in Massachusetts and holds a B.A. in humanities from Yale University. Before joining ThinkProgress, she was editor of and a staff correspondent at Government Executive. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Wired, The Daily Beast,The New Republic,, The Daily, The American Prospect, and National Journal.

Please help me welcome Alyssa to Women and Hollywood.

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  • Joel | July 23, 2013 2:58 PMReply

    Welcom, Alyssa! I've read your writing on ThinkProgress and am so glad you're joining W&H!

  • Anne | July 22, 2013 3:55 PMReply

    Yay! Those of us struggling against the guy-dominated gatekeepers in the world of web series would love some attention from Women and Hollywood ... Maybe Alyssa Rosenberg will give us a look?

  • Amy | July 22, 2013 2:11 PMReply

    Cool. I've been reading her articles on for a while now, and even though I don't always agree with her opinions, her work is always eloquent and perceptive. I look forward to seeing what she has in store for us here!

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