Melody Schreiber

Freelance Journalist @m_scribe

Melody Schreiber is a freelance journalist whose articles, essays and reviews have been published by The Washington Post, The Guardian, Wired, The Atlantic, Pacific Standard, Outside, The New Republic, NPR, STAT News and elsewhere. She has reported from nearly every continent, covering everything from the effects of climate change on mental health in the Arctic to the changing tides of livelihoods in the Chesapeake Bay, and she lives in Washington, D.C. She is now at work on an anthology of essays about premature birth. Previously, Melody worked as a program manager and communications director at the International Reporting Project (IRP), a nonprofit journalism organization. She received her bachelor’s degree in English and linguistics from Georgetown University, and her master’s degree in writing from the Johns Hopkins University.

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