Hello! I'm Rachel.
Rachel Brodsky is a freelance culture writer, critic, and reporter living in Los Angeles. She is a staff writer/editor and Pop Columnist with Stereogum and was previously on staff with The Independent, Grammy.com, SPIN, and MTV.
Her writing about music, TV, comedy, podcasts, film, gender, and lifestyle has been published by outlets including the LA Times, The Ringer, The Guardian, Vulture, GQ, UPROXX, uDiscover Music, Glamour, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, The CODA Collection, and others.
Rachel Brodsky's (Abbreviated) Resume
Find my writing in: the LA Times, The Ringer, Vulture, Stereogum, GQ, UPROXX, uDiscover Music, EW, Huffington Post, The Guardian, SPIN, Rolling Stone, The CODA Collection, Glamour, MTV.com, and Paste Magazine, among others
Senior Culture Reporter, 2020-2021
The Recording Academy
Managing Editor, GRAMMY.com, 2018–2020
Senior Editor, 2017–2019
Associate Editor, 2016–2016
Assistant Editor, 2014–2016
Associate Editor, 2012–2014
A few things I've worked on...
The Nineties heartthrob made teenage hearts flutter as the human version of Casper the Friendly Ghost, then survived ‘Final Destination’ and stalked Eminem in his video for ‘Stan’. He talks to Rachel Brodsky about burnout, his TV comeback, and finally embracing his pin-up status