Catherine Epstein lives in Brooklyn, New York, and hails from suburban Massachusetts. She has worked as a production assistant with WNYC and as an instructor with San Francisco’s OutLoud Radio. She is a reader for American Short Fiction and is an educator with the Museum of the Moving Image. She majored in English at Vassar College, and wrote her thesis on banned books in American public schools.
Ira Wallace and other small organic farmers have banded together to challenge an mighty agricultural giant, arguing that Monsanto's patented transgenic seeds do not benefit society. More »
New legislation is before the New York State legislature that would transform sentencing rules for those convicted of violent crimes against their abusers. More »
Two advocates for women in film launch a cultural institution in New York City. More »
Journalist Catherine Epstein talks to two documentarians about their film on late-term abortion and their motives for creating it. More »
Influential advocates met last week in New York to address the economic security of women and their families. Journalist Catherine Epstein reports on their deliberations—and the people they hope will join the conversation. More »
Fresh from covering New York Fashion Week and being profiled in The New Yorker, 14-year-old blogger Tavi Gevinson talks to journalist (and former WMC intern) Catherine Epstein. More »