Naomi Fry became a staff writer at The New Yorker in 2018. Her writing on popular culture, books, and art has appeared in the Times Book Review, the Times Magazine, Artforum, and n+1, among other publications. She attended Tel Aviv University, holds a master’s degree in English from Johns Hopkins University, and has taught at New York University and the Rhode Island School of Design. She grew up in Israel, and now lives in Brooklyn.
In “Wendy, Master of Art,” Walter Scott’s Antihero Grows Up
- The Pictures
Bel Powley Adds Staten Island to Her Accent Repertoire
- Video Dept.
The Awkward, Surprising Realness of Virtual First Dates
“Miss Aluminum,” Susanna Moore’s Memoir of Trauma and Transformation
- Odds and Ends Dept.
The Art of Making Do (and Emergency AirPod Retrieval)
- Culture Desk
“Never Rarely Sometimes Always,” a Human Tale of Reproductive Rights