About Gina Vivinetto
UPDATED BIO (August 2015):
Gina is a writer and former English professor. She blogs about music through an LGBT lens for The Advocate.com, and she’s also a frequent contributor to Today.com, where she works as a freelance copy editor.
She first saw her words in print as an 11 year old when BMX Plus! published a poem of hers. Since then she has published more than one thousand arts and entertainment pieces, book reviews and essays in or on newspapers/magazines/web sites including Forbes.com, The Advocate.com, Out.com, Entertainment Tonight online, Today.com, Paste Magazine.com, People.com, Logo.com, AfterEllen.com, MTV.com, VenusZine.com, Rockrgrl, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Washington City Paper, Chicago Sun-Times, Oakland Tribune, Creative Loafing, Tampa Tribune, and the St. Petersburg Times, where she was the paper’s popular music critic and culture writer. She’s interviewed many important entertainers and culture shapers including Yoko Ono, Brian Wilson, Aretha Franklin, Little Richard, RuPaul, Kathleen Hanna, Kathy Griffin, Margaret Cho and Tig Notaro.
She is also the author of the kids story book Batman Classics: Starro and Stripes Forever (HarperCollins).
She was one of the original hosts of the mind bogglingly popular podcast Stuck In The ’80s.
You can also email her: firstname.lastname@example.org.