Allison Yarrow is an award-winning journalist and producer whose work has appeared in The New York Times, Newsweek, Time, Vice, NBC News, CNN and many others. She is the author of 90s Bitch: The Real Story of the Women We Loved to Hate (Harper Perennial, May 2018), a reported history of how the decade's narratives about famous and infamous women shaped girlhood. Allison won a TED residency for Fall 2017 to work on a book and a talk about improving postpartum healthcare. She is a National Magazine Award finalist and the author of the bestselling ebook, The Devil of Williamsburg, which was named a Top Five Nonfiction eBook of 2013. She speaks publicly frequently and has appeared on The Today Show, MSNBC, NPR and more. Rush Limbaugh once said of her, "this woman, she's upset." Allison was raised in Macon, Georgia, and lives in Brooklyn, New York.