Hello, Press Mentions: PolicyMic Community Spotlighted Across the Media

Hey PolicyMic!

If you've been featured, mentioned, and re-tweeted by media outlets, we want to share the good news with the rest of the community.

We feature a sampling of our writers' shout-outs as they get mentioned across the media, so if you've been stirring up debate elsewhere on the web, let us know. 

Email Caira Conner (caira@policymic.com) (Subj: PolicyMic Press Mention) with a name of the publication and link to the article, and we'll spotlight you in our weekly press mentions.

PolicyMic is thrilled when members of our community are featured in other news discussions. Check out some recent highlights!

1. Julianne Ross, Retweeted by Margaret Atwood (May 13)

Pundit Julianne Ross' excellent piece “9 Famous Books Wrongly Accused Of Being Pornographic” was retweeted by none other than author Margaret Atwood.

2. Shwetika Baijal and Areej Elahi-Siddiqui, The World News (May 12)

Shwetika and Areej were both referenced for their coverage of the 2013 Pakistan election.

3. Shwetika Baijal, Retweeted by AllThingsD (May 15)

Shwetika strikes again! Her article on The Last Mile, a startup accelerator for prisoners, got a shout-out from the Wall Street Journal news affiliate.

4. Lauren Rankin, Feministing (May 17)

Pundit Lauren Rankin was featured in Feministing for her article on why feminism needs more men.

5. John Giokaris, Capitol Fax (May 7)

Superstar pundit John Giokaris was referenced in prestigious political blog Capitol Fax for his article on Illinois' push for pension reform.

 

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Caira Conner

Caira is the Community Editor at Mic. She is also a tennis lover, WorldTeach Chile alum and former intern of the Clinton Global Initiative. Caira has a master's degree in international affairs from New York University. She does not live in Brooklyn.

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