Carrie Seim 

Writer. Comedian. Vagabond. Carrie Seim

My work has been featured in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Condé, McSweeney's, Fodor's Travel, the New York Post, NPR, The Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, Better Homes and GardensNickelodeon, E! TV, WEtv and the book "Mortified: Love is a Battlefield." I also play myself (@ckseim) and William Shakespeare (@WillShake) on Twitter. 

My feature on Hail-Mary-Moon vacations for The New York Times and a report from Oman's breathtaking Alila Jabal Akhdar hotel for Condé Nast Traveler's Daily Traveler. Plus a serious look at the art (and ache) of breaking bad news for The Atlantic. 

In a real hardship assignment, I explain why tiaras are the new power scrunchies for NYC's business elite, in a Styles piece for The New York Times.

On the comedy side, I make international affairs personal by "Outsourcing Love." (Recently optioned for a feature film.) And ask the hard-hitting question Are You Normcore Or My Dad? for McSweeney's.

Fodor's Travel article on why there may never be a better time to visit Egypt and my Huffington Post story on London and the Ultimate Beatles Adventure.

Plus more exotic features for Fodor's Travel on BeirutAbu DhabiHong Kong, Papua New Guinea and Los Angeles, along with globetrotting packing tips.

Special feature on immigration policy and the climate of fear surrounding special registration impacting the South Asian community in Chicago, for The Chicago Reporter. 

Daters without borders for the New York Post.

My disastrous experiment with DNA dating for Cosmopolitan magazine.

My interview with funny ladies Betty White, Tina Fey and Kristen Wiig.

Page Six has the scoop on my film adaptation of the hit book "If You Give a Mom a Martini" (by Lyss Stern and Julie Klappas). 

From my stint playing food writer/editor for The New York Post, reviews of of hot new NYC restaurants, an interview with Bobby Flay and a fun story on controversial table time limits.

My exclusive on same-sex weddings, featuring Prince William and The Yankees

Closing the corporate gender gap in Norway.

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