I’m a book critic for NPR, where I used to be the Book News columnist, and I often write about arts and culture for the New York Times and Financial Times. I’ve also written about language, politics, and style for the Guardian, Washington Post, Slate, New York Times Magazine, New Statesman, Atlantic, Times Literary Supplement, Tin House, and other outlets.
You can find me on Twitter here and reach me via email at annalisa.quinn [at] gmail.com.
Here is an interview about getting into book criticism.
New York Times Magazine: Everyone wants to ‘influence’ you
Financial Times: Is “self-care” a salve or a sham?
New York Times Magazine: What makes something a ‘witch hunt’?
New York Times: London’s radio pirates changed music. Then came the internet.
The Atlantic: Sally Rooney’s love under capitalism
New York Times: The Holocaust artist Rosemarie Koczy may have invented her past
Tin House: On food in myth
The Atlantic: Ghost Wall shows the human cost of nativism
New York Times: A Musical About Slobodan Milosevic Stirs Memories in Kosovo
(Almost) everything else can be found here.