Lindsay Zoladz is a critic, reporter, and essayist living in Brooklyn, New York. She is currently a staff writer at The Ringer and was previously the pop music critic at New York magazine, where her work earned her the National Society of Magazine Editors’ ASME Next Award for Journalists Under 30. Her writing—about music, film, feminism, technology, and generational identities, among other things—has been published by outlets including Pitchfork, Bookforum, The Believer, Film Comment, Slate, and Bitch. She volunteers with the mentoring non-profit Girls Write Now and has been invited to speak to journalism classes at Columbia University, New York University, and most proudly, her alma mater, American University.
December Boy: On Alex Chilton
The Inescapable Aura of Maggie Rogers
Sharon Van Etten, Apocalyptic Mom
Roma Is a Masterpiece That Everyone Should See
Jeff Tweedy: American Curmudgeon
Astral Weeks is 50, But it Never Ages