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Sarah Warn

Sarah Warn is an American writer and the former editor of entertainment website AfterEllen.com.

Biography

Warn graduated from Warn is currently an executive producer at Logo. Warn stepped down as the Editor in Chief of AfterEllen.com, with Karman Kregloe stepping into the role in 2009.[4]

Warn's extensive written work on lesbian and bisexual women in entertainment has been included or cited in numerous magazines, including Velvetpark, Curve[5] and Lesbian News; in newspapers like USA Today,[6] LA Times, and Emmy Magazine; and in books like BITCHfest: Ten Years of Cultural Criticism from the Pages of Bitch Magazine, Queer Popular Culture: Literature, Media, Film, and Television, Bisexual Women: Friendship & Social Organization, and News and Sexuality: Media Portraits of Diversity.[7] Warn also wrote the introduction to the Reading the 'L' Word, a collection of essays by academics and journalists about the Showtime drama The L Word.[8]

In November 2006, Warn was honored as one of the year's "10 Amazing Gay Women in Showbiz" by non-profit organization Power Up.[9] In December 2006, she appeared on a panel with other notable LGBT actors and activists on Logo's Queer Year 2006 TV special.[10] She was one of four co-hosts on the first season of the online lesbian talk show She Said What?.[11]

Warn currently co-hosts the entertainment news video blogs She Made Me Watch This[12] and Who Thought THAT Was A Good Idea? with her partner Lori Grant, which runs weekly on AfterEllen.com.[13][14]

References

External links

  • AfterEllen.com
  • AfterElton.com

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