Writer Maureen Ryan blows the lid on patterns of harassment and bias in Hollywood, the grassroots reforms under way, and the labor and activist revolutions that recent scandals have ignited in her book BURN IT DOWN.
Maureen “Mo” Ryan is a Contributing Editor at Vanity Fair and has written for EW, the New York Times, Salon, GQ, Vulture, Variety and the Chicago Tribune. Her reporting on bias in Hollywood is featured in the documentaries This Changes Everything and We Need to Talk About Cosby. She has served on the jury of the Peabody Awards, has won multiple Los Angeles Press Club Awards and in 2013, Complex magazine named her best TV writer in America. She is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis and received her Masters from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism (bio from Goodreads)
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BURN IT DOWN
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