Tweet For her masters thesis in the visual narrative program at New York City’s School of Visual Arts, Brooklyn-based infographics artist and comics creator Jenny Goldstick explored the memory of her earliest heartbreak.
I write about comics, graphic novels, and more. My byline has recently appeared in the Chicago Reader, Hyperallergic, the Washington City Paper, and The Comics Journal.
Before I turned toward covering comics, I wrote about music for what is probably an unhealthy amount of time. My criticism and features ran in Orlando Weekly, The Brooklyn Rail, Miami New Times, Rockpile, Phoenix New Times, XLR8R, and elsewhere. I was a freelance editor for Chord magazine and a researcher on 1,000 Recordings To Hear Before You Die (Workman, 2008), a book from former Philadelphia Inquirer music editor Tom Moon. I wrote about new records and music production for Remix magazine until they ceased publication in 2009, and at PopMatters, I was a staff writer beginning in 2004 before being named contributing editor in 2012. In 2013, I was alarmed and honored to have been named one of Comics Bulletin’s favorite critics. I'm originally from a Philadelphia suburb, but now I write and (try to) pay rent in Brooklyn, New York. On a full-time consulting basis, I'm an editor and copywriter.