Suzanne Zuckerman is a freelance writer, editor, and ghostwriter based in New York. She covers entertainment, fashion, mental health, and work — and loves to interview experts about how technology and social media impact them all.
She has previously worked for People, InStyle, and the New York Post. Her bylines have appeared in SELF, New York Magazine, and Women’s Health. She’s a graduate of New York University, where she majored in Dramatic Literature but never worked up the nerve to pursue her Broadway dreams.
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