Gogo Lidz

Staff Writer
Gogo Lidz

Gogo Lidz was 19 when her first feature story was published in the Los Angeles Times in 2004. She wrote freelance for New York Magazine while studying at Bard College, and worked in New York film production and distribution for 10 years before becoming a full-time writer for Newsweek. She lives in Seattle, though she is seldom sleepless.


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