Hi! I’m Corinne.

I live in New York City and work at Literary Hub as its senior editor. Previously, I led the online team at PBS NewsHour Weekend, reporting and editing a mix of breaking news and longform feature stories.

Before that, I was an arts reporter/producer for PBS NewsHour in Washington, D.C., where I wrote about arts and culture, with a focus on identity and social justice. I’ve reported on the ways in which social movements use technology, the growing movement for non-binary and intersex recognition, and the Syrian war as seen through the eyes of its artists. My audio, video and print coverage of contemporary poetry has been featured by the Poetry Foundation, VIDA: Women in Literary Arts and The Rumpus. I’m a 2018 Kiplinger Fellow.

In a past life, I edited NewsHour Extra, overseeing a national educational platform that served middle and high school students around the country. (If you’re a teacher, I founded a blog on the NewsHour’s website where you can submit essays!)

I graduated from Tufts University in Somerville, Massachusetts, where I wrote for The Somerville Journal about city news, local activism (including Occupy Boston) and at least one cat video festival.

I have written exactly once about the relationship between colonialism and doughnuts.

See more of my writing for NewsHour here, and my writing for Literary Hub here.