Veronica Walsingham is an arts and culture writer.
Her work has appeared in print in The New York Times and online on Glamour, Playboy, Self, Slate, Teen Vogue, Vice, Vox, and many other sites. Her writing was selected for 2018's Best of Bustle and referenced in Period Power: A Manifesto for the Menstrual Movement, but her greatest achievement remains being quoted not once, but twice on the Wikipedia page for The Princess Diaries. She's based in Los Angeles.
writing on film
The AV Club
The New York Times
writing on television
Food and Wine
The New York Times, Op-Eds From the Future Series
Brett Kavanaugh, Chuck Bass, and How "Gossip Girl" Portrayed Sexual Violence Within the World of Prep School Privilege
HelloGiggles, Referenced in Period Power: A Manifesto for the Menstrual Movement
writing on celebrity
Vice, Broadly's This Is Fine Series
The New York Times, Print Edition November 24, 2019
Vox, The Best Money I Ever Spent Series
writing on culture
Bustle, Best of Bustle 2018