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Chris Karnadi (he/they) is a writer and editor based in Brooklyn, NY.

Chris covers the culture industry and specializes in critical writing on race and gender in TV, film, video games, and music. He also occasionally covers politics, religion, and the internet. He writes creative nonfiction and had a column of personal essays at Catapult titled “Controller,” which explored the intersection between video games and identity. His writing can be found at The Atlantic, Polygon, Slate, and more.

Chris’ fulltime work is as an associate editor at Faith & Leadership, an online magazine at Duke Divinity School. He also serves as a volunteer editor at Hyphen Magazine.

You can find him on Twitter and Instagram.