Annalisa Quinn is a London-based writer. She is a book critic for NPR, and regularly contributes reporting and criticism to the New York Times and Financial Times. She has also written about arts, culture, language, and style in the GuardianWashington Post, Slate, New Statesman, Times Literary Supplement, Tin House, and other outlets

You can follow her on Twitter here and reach her via email at annalisa.quinn [at]

Read an interview with her about book criticism here.

Selected work: 

NPR: A profile of Philip Pullman 

New York Times Magazine: On the history of ‘witch hunts’ in politics 

New York Times: On Rosemarie Koczy, a Holocaust artist who may have invented her past

Tin House: On food as a trap for women in myth 

NPR: A review of Michael Wolff’s seamy, satisfying Fire and Fury 

Financial Times: On Americana under Trump

New York Times: A Musical About Slobodan Milosevic Stirs Memories in Kosovo

NPR: On Deb Olin Unferth’s Wait Till You See Me Dance

NPR: On iGen, millenials, and intergenerational anxiety

New York Times Book Review: On Courtney Maum’s Touch

New York Times: The strange story of Chopin’s pickled heart

Slate: The Wonderful, Terrible Power of Food in Roald Dahl

NPR: An appreciation of The Toast 

(Almost) everything else can be found here.