Katie O’Reilly

Katie O’Reilly is a Berkeley, California-based writer, and the adventure and lifestyle editor of Sierra magazine. Her essays and journalism have appeared in The Atlantic, Buzzfeed Ideas, Bitch, Bustle, Vela Magazine, Narratively, Michigan Quarterly Review, and The James Franco Review.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Ladies Who Jam

Katie O’Reilly reports on the vital work of the JazzWomen and Girls Advocates....


Pause the Alarm

Katie O'Reilly talks to Lisen Stromberg about her book "Work Pause Thrive: How to Pause for Parenthood Without Killing Your Career."...


Beyond the Queer Victory Narrative: Inside the Gay Lit Invasion of North Carolina
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