Jennifer Keishin Armstrong

Jennifer Keishin Armstrong grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, then escaped to New York to live in a succession of very small apartments and write about pop culture. She spent a decade at Entertainment Weekly, cofounded, and now writes for several publications, including Women’s Health, Writer’s Digest, Fast Company, and Vulture. Her history of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, 'Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted,' will be published in 2013; her collaboration with Heather Wood Rudulph, 'Sexy Feminism,' will be published in 2013. She is the author of 'Why? Because We Still Like You,' a history of the original Mickey Mouse Club published in 2010.