Tricia Romano is an award-winning writer who has contributed to the New York Times, The Daily Beast, The New York Post, Slate, Grantland, Spin, Radar, The Advocate, Defamer.com, Urb, Rolling Stone, Blender, Salon, Paper, and the Seattle Weekly, among many others.
With a broad focus on pop culture and entertainment, she has interviewed celebrities and artists, including Joel Kinnaman, Betty White, Vincent Kartheiser, Connie Britton, Moby, Gloria Allred, Joan Rivers, and more. In addition to covering the culture beat, she has penned stories about technology, beauty, health, sports, gay and lesbian issues, women and media, and fashion. She is also a photographer, and her images accompanied her column every week in the Voice; her photography has also been featured in Spin.
She covered underground culture in New York City for the Village Voice for eight years in her column “Fly Life.” Her March 2006 cover story about sober DJs and promoters in the nightlife industry, “The Sober Bunch,” garnered her a Newswomen’s Club of New York Front Page Award for Best Feature.