Andrew Marantz is a writer and editor at the New Yorker, where he has worked since 2011, covering topics from psychology to pop culture to tech. In 2016, he devoted his attention the pro-Trump movement online, becoming one of the first mainstream journalists to chronicle the birth of the alt-right. Before working at the New Yorker, his longform narrative features appeared in Harper’s, New York, GQ, Mother Jones, and many other publications. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Brown, where he received a dual degree in Literature and the Philosophy of Religion, and a master’s degree from New York University, where he studied literary journalism. He has taught at the City University of New York School of Journalism, and will soon teach an undergraduate writing seminar at Brown. In addition to his work for the New Yorker, he is a contributing editor at Radiolab and its sister show, More Perfect, and a contributor to The New Yorker Radio Hour. He has been interviewed on CNN, On the Media, American Public Media, and many other outlets.