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Torie Bosch, Editor-in-Residence, Future Tense

Email: tbosch2@asu.edu
Office: Room 581

Curriculum Vitae

Courses:
Opinion Writing, JMC 412
Ideas, Journalism and the Public Square, MCO 598

Torie Bosch is the editor of Future Tense, a joint collaboration between New America, Slate magazine, and Arizona State University that examines emerging technologies and their effects on public policy and society. As editor, she oversees the Future Tense channel on Slate.

She also leads workshops for academics and policymakers on how to write about complicated issues for a general-interest audience. She was the co-editor of the anthologies What Future: The Year’s Best Ideas to Reclaim, Reanimate, and Reinvent Our Future (Unnamed Press, 2017) and Future Tense Fiction: Stories of Tomorrow (Unnamed Press, 2019).

Prior to joining Future Tense, she was an associate editor at Slate, where she edited the medical and religion departments, wrote and produced videos and served as the site’s first social media coordinator.

Torie is a graduate of Penn State University, where she majored in English with minors in business, media studies and Latin. Her career in journalism began when she became a monthly columnist for Seventeen magazine while she was in high school.