Joy Press is a correspondent for Vanity Fair. She has been covering television and women’s issues for more than fifteen years as a journalist and editor. At the Los Angeles Times, she commissioned television and books coverage, as well as writing and reporting features. She served as the chief television critic at the Village Voice and edited the Voice Literary Supplement. She was also the entertainment and culture editor of Salon. Her writing has appeared in publications including New York, The New York Times, Slate, Vogue, and The Guardian. She lives in Los Angeles and is currently working on a book about radical feminism of the late 1960s.