Adryan Corcione (they/them/theirs) is a gender fluid freelance journalist based in Philadelphia. They often write about politics and drugs, but they’ve also written about breaking news, culture, incarceration and policing, cannabis, opioids and other drugs, trauma and mental health. Their editorial direction is greatly informed by their gender and socioeconomic experience growing up in New Jersey.
With over eight years of digital media experience, their writing has appeared in Teen Vogue, Vice, Esquire, Playboy, Allure, them, Rolling Stone, Rewire, Leafly, Big Buds Magazine, and many more. Their work has appeared in print in Philadelphia Weekly, GRID Magazine, Omaha’s The Reader, and The New Territory. Additionally, their photos have accompanied their writing, both in print and online, for Vice, Philadelphia Weekly, High Times, Paste Magazine, Upworthy, Visu.News, and more.
In 2018, they published an academic paper about the Shitty Media Men List in the journal of Feminist Media Studies. In 2019, they co-authored a chapter of a book joint published by Verso and Jacobin.
They have been interviewed and cited by other journalists in articles, podcasts, and more. They are a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA), Society of Professional Journalists (SEJ), Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ), and the Binders.
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