Danielle Corcione is an award-winning freelance journalist (banned from Twitter, twice permanently and once temporarily) currently based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. With over seven years of digital media experience, their writing has been published online in national and local outlets including Vice, Esquire, Playboy, Rewire, Allure, and more. They currently contribute regularly to Teen Vogue and Big Buds Magazine.
Their beats include, but are not limited to: news and politics, cannabis, policing and prisons, gender and sexuality, wellness, and media criticism. They have been quoted by other journalists in many of these beats in articles, podcasts, and 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, Paste Magazine, Upworthy, Visu.News, and more.
They received a Bachelor of Arts in Literature and Communication Arts with a minor in Anthropology and concentration in Creative Writing from Ramapo College of New Jersey. They also have backgrounds in political campaigns, human resources, social media, and social justice.
They are a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, Society of Professional Journalists, Society of Environmental Journalists, and the Binders.