A. Anushko is a graduate student at Fordham University studying Applied Developmental Psychology.
Aaron Zamost has been writing for Gelf since 2005.
Adam Conner-Simons is a freelance journalist in Boston.
Adam L. Penenberg is a journalism professor and assistant director of the business and economic program at New York University.
Adam Rosen is a contributing editor of Gelf, and host of the Non-Motivational Speaker Series.
Vincent Valk is a freelance writer, Gelf contributor, and sometime test-prep tutor. He lives in Chicago. Adam Rosen is a contributing editor of Gelf. He lives in New York City.
Aelfie Starr Tuff studies religion at Columbia University.
Alex Tilney lives in Brooklyn and is a student in the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College.
Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich is a graduate of Harvard Law School. She blogs at theseorangesilences.blogspot.com.
Andrew Golding works in the television industry in New York. He twitters at Twitter.com/AndrewGolding
Benjamin Samuel doesn't live in Brooklyn.
Cat Wolinski is an editor for Vision Monday magazine in SoHo, New York.
Cody Brown is a student at New York University.
Craig Fehrman is working on a PhD in English at Yale.
Dan Adler is a freelance writer.
Dan Fleschner is a producer at NBC's Today Show.
Daniel Pepper is a writer and photojournalist focusing on human rights and social-justice issues.
David Downs is a journalist based in San Francisco.
David Goldenberg is the co-founder and editor of Gelf, and the host of Geeking Out, Gelf's monthly science speaking series.
David Kesmodel is a writer in Chicago. He's writing a book on the history of domain names.
Elisa Mala has reported from over two dozen countries.
Elizabeth Wilkes is a freelance event producer/ freestyle rapper/ Gelf's Events Intern.
Elliot Magruder is an attorney and writer living in New York City.
Eric Yun is getting a second degree in communications and lives in Long Island.
Evan Hilbert is a writer living in Louisville, Kentucky.
Gabriel Baumgaertner is a contributing writer and online producer at SI.com.
Garey Ris, a former copy editor and writer for the Ottawa Citizen, currently cowrites The Daily Fix for WSJ.com.
Gilda lives in Los Angeles and loves to criticize other people's advice.
Giovanni Rodriguez is a principal at Eastwick Communications, a Silicon Valley PR agency, as well as a writer and a blogger.
J. Michelangelo Stein, a history graduate student, lives in Los Angeles.
Jake Rake, a recent graduate of the University of Maryland, lives in Brooklyn. He blogs at JakeRake.com.
James Curcuru is your average post-collegiate wunderkind looking for kicks from the printed word. He lives in Brooklyn.
Jason Fry is a writer based in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Jenny Merkin is a journalist living in New York who has contributed to Tablet, the Atlantic, and Time.
Jeremy Repanich is a writer for Sports Illustrated Kids.
Jim Chairusmi is a journalist in New York.
Joe Horton is a writer based predominantly in the northern hemisphere.
Joel Grabois, Gelf's advertising director, is a marketing director by day and musician/home contractor by night. He resides in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
Joseph Ax is a reporter for Reuters in New York.
Joshua Gardner works for the State Department at the US Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, supporting local private-sector development and foreign direct investment.
Justin Williams is an associate editor for Cincinnati Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter at @Williams_Justin.
Keith is a comedy nerd.
Konstantin Kakaes is a fellow of the International Reporting Project, a non-profit journalism organization based in Washington, DC.
Larry Fleisher is a freelance writer based out of New York who has covered Major League Baseball, hockey, and pro and college basketball.
Lucas Hazlett is a comedy geek who improvises with anyone he can.
Mari Saugier Krueger is a regular contributor to the Independent News.
Mark Chalifoux is a humor writer, sports columnist, and freelance feature writer.
Matthew Goldenberg is a practicing psychiatrist in New Haven, CT.
Matthew Longo is a freelance writer based in Sana'a, Yemen, and a research assistant at the Yale University Department of Political Science.
Matthew Patin is a writer (sometimes) and editor (kind of) in New York City.
Max Lakin is a writer and journalist based in New York.
Melissa Sconyers is an ubergeek who is obsessed with technology, search engines, start-ups, and China.
Merrill Freund is a San Francisco-based PR veteran and triathlete novice. He co-hosts the Gelf podcast, the Hack and the Flack.
Michael Gluckstadt is an editor at Gelf and host of the Varsity Letters speaking series.
Michael Myser is a freelance writer in Morristown, New Jersey. His writing can be found at michaelmyser.blogspot.com.
Michael Myser is a freelance writer in Morristown, New Jersey. Merrill Freund is a San Francisco-based PR veteran and triathlete novice.
Michael S. Gerber is a freelance journalist and ultimate-frisbee champion based in Bethesda, Maryland. Learn more at michaelsgerber.com.
Mickey Lambert is a sports fan and occasional writer who lives in Brooklyn.
Monya De is a freelance writer in San Francisco.
Neil Goldman works at Charlie Rose.
Nick Matros is a writer, Italian teacher, and high-school chess coach.
Patrick Burns is a blogger and contributing writer for Deadspin, and a graduate of Texas Christian University.
Paul Sterman is a freelance writer and an associate editor at The Toastmaster magazine in Southern California.
Pete Croatto is a freelance journalist and movie/book critic whose writing has appeared in MAD, Publishers Weekly, ICON, and Deadspin.
Pietro Canetta is a physician in New York City.
Rena Traube lives in New York City.
Ryan Walker graduated from New School University in 2006 with a BA in liberal arts.
Sara Michael is a Baltimore-based writer and editor.
Sarah Bowles lives in New York. Hadley Robinson lives in San Francisco.
Sarah Raymond is a writer in Boston.
Sarah von Essen is a journalist based in Copenhagen. She is currently working on a very balanced book about Hillary Clinton.
Saul Austerlitz is the author of Money for Nothing: A History of the Music Video from the Beatles to the White Stripes. He writes about film, music, and literature, and his work has been published in Slate, the Boston Globe, Film Comment, and Spin.
Sebastian Cohen is a language junkie in Beijing.
Seth is Gelf's online outreach manager.
Shlomo Sprung is an accomplished sportswriter and blogger who graduated in 2011 from Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism.
Steve Weinberg is a writer in Columbia, Missouri.
Tim Bella contributes research and reporting to the Wall Street Journal, and attends Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism.
Todd is God's lonely man.
Vincent Valk is online editor for Chemical Week magazine.