Helen Andrews is managing editor of the Washington Examiner magazine and a 2017–18 Robert Novak Journalism Fellow.
From 2012 to 2017, she lived in Sydney, Australia, working as a think tank researcher for the Centre for Independent Studies. Before that she was an associate editor at National Review.
Praise for “Shame Storm”
“Gorgeous piece” —Andrew Sullivan • “The best thing I’ve read so far about this gruesomely fascinating topic” —Paul Graham, cofounder, YCombinator • “One of the most powerful essays I’ve ever read” —David French, National Review • “This beautifully written personal story should invite reflection from all users of social media” —David Frum • “I can’t say enough good things about this must-read essay” —Mark Hemingway • Featured on Arts & Letters Daily • Winner, 2018 “Sidney Award”