My work, organized by the outlets and publications I’ve written for during my 20+ years as a freelance writer.
Andy Dehnart’s writing, TV criticism, and journalism for Vulture and Grub Street.
Pacific Standard is a magazine that “tells stories about society’s biggest problems, both established and emerging, and the people attempting to solve them.”
I wrote, reported, and narrated several feature stories and one commentary for NPR.
My journalism in Playboy includes two feature stories.
My reporting and essays for The Daily Beast covers subjects from The Bachelor to a Harry Potter theme park attraction’s storytelling.
Salon broke new ground in online journalism with its combination of smart writing and serious journalism. Over a three and a half year period, I contributed reported pieces, essays, and briefs to the Arts and Entertainment, Technology, People, Books, and Ivory Tower sections.
I contributed to HitFix’s television coverage with reported feature stories and episode recaps.
Starting in 2004, I contributed to the entertainment coverage at msnbc.com, later known as NBC News,then the most-popular news web site. I primarily wrote about television, and served as the interim TV editor for a period of time.
All of the other stories I’ve written for web publications, print magazines, and other outlets are archived here.
Articles published in newspapers, in print and online.
For two years, I wrote television criticism for Student.com, an early online magazine that went away when the dot-com bubble burst. As TV critic for the magazine, I wrote weekly reviews of TV shows and highlighted upcoming shows. As a staff writer and summer intern, I wrote features and reported pieces about campus life.