Hey! I’m Alicia Eler, a culture writer based in Los Angeles. Starting April 2017, I’ll be the visual art critic at the Star Tribune of Minneapolis. My writing is published in dozens of publications, including New York Magazine, Guardian, CNN, GLAMOUR, LA Weekly, Aperture, Artforum, Hyperallergic, New Inquiry, Art21 Magazine, Real Life Magazine, MAXIM Magazine, and many others. I am currently working on my first book, The Selfie Generation (Skyhorse), which is due out in Fall 2017. I’ve been cited and featured as an expert or contributor in many publications including the Atlantic, Autostraddle, Buzzfeed, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Magazine, Daily Mail, Gawker, New York Magazine, New Yorker, Washington Post and VICE. The Daily Dot says that I am one of 15 hilarious women that you need to follow on Twitter, so I dare you to do EXACTLY THAT that by clicking this here link: @aliciaeler. OK, you did it. Wasn’t that great?! I know you feel better now that you’ve clicked. Other cool things about me are that I am a member of the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA), which is based in Los Angeles. I am represented by literary agent Caitlin McDonald of Donald Maass Literary Agency, New York.