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Andrea Norlander

Memoirist, Opinion, Pop Culture Expert, Female Advocate + Cat Fancier

Andrea Norlander resides in New York City and is a freelance writer and editor. She infuses pop culture and humor into the conversation between women and their internal locus of control—focusing on the random and well thought out choices that women make and the repercussions that follow. Norlander believes that our lives are chock full of “vaguely significant others” which come with a notable emotional sticker price and that memories are revisionist. She is currently writing a memoir entitled Vaguely Significant Others.
As a publishing executive, Andrea has branded, repositioned and launched several publications including The Wall Street Journal, WSJ magazine, Jane, Nylon, Nylon GUYS and Shape to Interview, artinfo.com, Modern Painters, Art + Auction, Museums and Gallery Guide —just to name a few, in addition to being an adjunct professor at the Miami Ad School, MTV producer, a guest lecturer and stylist.

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