My name is Meredith Sell. I’m a writer and editor who thrives in the realms of stories and ideas.
I am committed to telling stories accurately through thorough reporting, in-depth interviews, and precise writing. I’m interested in everything from art and science to sports and psychology. I’m especially drawn to stories of human resilience, little-known pieces of history, and the intersections of art, science, faith, and humanity.
Most recently, I’ve written about Cecilia Payne Gaposchkin (the woman who is the reason we know hydrogen is the universe’s most common element), the women who established NYC’s first private orphanage (you’ve probably heard of Eliza Schuyler Hamilton), and the refugee crisis as witnessed in Lesvos, Greece.
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