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about

Veronica Walsingham lives and writes in Los Angeles, California. She grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she earned a BFA in Writing for Film & Television and Creative Writing from the University of the Arts.

Her work has been published in print in The New York Times and online at the following publications: Architectural Digest, The A.V. Club, Babe, Bust, Bustle, Catapult, Domino, The Establishment, Food and Wine, Forge, Glamour, HelloGiggles, Hidden Remote, Human Parts, InStyle, Inverse, The Mary Sue, The New York Times, OneZero, Paper, Playboy, Ranker, Repeller, Salon, Self, Slate, StyleCaster, Teen Vogue, The Verge, Vice, Vox, and The Washington Post.

Veronica's reporting and criticism has served as a resource for published works, including Period Power: A Manifesto for the Menstrual Movement and A Voyage With Hitchcock. To support her journalistic pursuits, Veronica has been the recipient of grants from the Economic Hardship Reporting Project, LA Press Club, and PEN America. 

Her essay "I Can't Stop Thinking About Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's One-Piece Swimsuit" was selected for 2018’s Best of Bustle. She also received the Best Fiction Award, Best Poetry Award, and Faculty Award for Excellence in Writing while attending the University of the Arts.

Veronica’s poetry has been published in The Lost Coast Review, Painted Bride Quarterly, and Underground Pool. As an associate editor at the American Poetry Review, she supported the selection process of the Honickman First Book Prize.

Veronica originally majored in accounting, which surprises everyone who knows her. Her big three astrological placements are all fire signs (☀️: Aries 🌙: Leo ✨: Sagittarius), and that surprises no one. More information about Veronica and her work can be found via interviews she's done on live radio and online publications.

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