Alyssa Martino is a writer, producer, and audio strategist living in Brooklyn and originally from Boston. Her writing has been featured in The Washington Post, VICE, Narratively, Catapult, Prairie Schooner, Bustle, and elsewhere.
She is currently VP, Podcasting at FilmNation, the indie film studio behind Arrival, The Big Sick, and Promising Young Woman. Her most recent project is historical crime podcast Murder on the Towpath, hosted by journalist Soledad O’Brien. Previously, she worked on podcasts at book publisher Macmillan, translating the talents of best-selling authors into shows that garnered millions of downloads and praise in Vulture, Wired, The Guardian, Inc, Bustle, The Verge, and more.
She has an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from the University of New Hampshire, where she taught undergraduate composition and creative nonfiction classes. You can read her thesis essays here and here and here. Get in touch or follow her on Twitter to discuss freelance rates, podcasting, or even just to say hello.