WWW 2018 Conference Panelist
Catherine Buni is an independent writer and editor focusing on technology, health, and gender. Her reporting and writing has been published by The Boston Globe, Everyday Feminism, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The New York Times, Orion, The Verge, The Writer, and others. Her work has been anthologized in numerous collections, taught in university classrooms, and covered by such outlets as BuzzFeed, Longreads, NBC News Today, NPR, and MTV.
As a reporter for The Investigative Fund, Buni covers online violence, commercial content moderation, and sexual violence prevention. “The Secret Rules of the Internet,” an article she co-authored with Soraya Chemaly and published by The Verge, won the Mirror Award for best single story in 2017. Since 2009, Buni has followed trends in sexual violence prevention theory and practice, reporting in communities around the country that are flight testing experimental approaches in sexual violence prevention. She is currently completing a book based on her reporting, with support from The Carey Institute for Global Good’s Logan Nonfiction Fellowship.
She is the founding editor and publisher of the award-winning magazine AMC Outdoors and an editor-at-large to the journal Appalachia. She has a BA in French literature and an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts, where she is a reader for the journal Hunger Mountain.