|Born||1989 (age 30–31)|
|Occupation||Writer, editor of n+1|
|Alma mater||Brown University|
After graduating from Brown University in 2011, where she wrote for The College Hill Independent, Tortorici joined n+1 as a staff writer and eventually an editor. In addition to her work on the magazine, she co-edited the n+1 essay collection What Was the Hipster?: A Sociological Investigation and edited No Regrets, a 2013 n+1 book in which 13 women discuss literature.
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