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Jennifer Mendelsohn

Journalist

Jennifer Mendelsohn is a seasoned journalist and ghostwriter. She currently serves as one of <em>Us Weekly</em>'s Fashion Police "Top Cops" and helped tv star and fashion guru Carson Kressley pen his <em>New York Times</em> best-selling style manual <em>Off the Cuff.</em> Mendelsohn was a longtime Washington, DC-based special correspondent for <em>People</em> and wrote the satirical "Keeping Tabs" column for Slate. Her work has appeared in both local and national publications including <em>The New York Times, USA Today, USA Weekend, The Washington Post,</em> McSweeney's and Jezebel; she writes the "Modern Family" column for <em>Baltimore Style</em>. A native Long Islander, she now lives in Baltimore with her husband and two sons. You can find her on Twitter (@clevertitletk), especially when the Bachelor is on.

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