Melanie Curry

Contributing Writer
Melanie Curry is a New York City writer who spends way too much time watching Love Island and drinking caffeine. You can catch her strolling down the streets of New York looking for her next adventure. Her work has appeared in Cosmopolitan, InStyle, Women's Health, Refinery29, and more.
  • Education: Emerson College


Entertainment, beauty, home, lifestyle—there’s no beat Mel can’t write about. A chronically online generalist, she finds story ideas in the tiniest spaces on the web, from the pits of Reddit to her Twitter feed.


After college, Melanie started freelancing for Men’s Health, InStyle, and Byrdie before scoring a full-time position as an editorial assistant at Hearst Magazines. There, she learned the ins and outs of digital strategy and SEO. A year later, she became the assistant editor at Cosmopolitan, writing about politics, entertainment, beauty, and everything in between. Currently, she is the associate editor at Verywell Mind, reporting on wellness, lifestyle, and relationships.

Fun Stuff

Melanie is an avid gamer and spends her weekends playing The Sims on her overly expensive gaming laptop. She’s also addicted to coffee but is in full denial.

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