Megan Garber

Staff Writer, The Atlantic

Megan Garber is a staff writer at The Atlantic. Focusing on technology, culture, and the intersection between the two, she has written about everything from the history of applause to the future of space travel for theatlantic.com and the magazine. Garber was formerly a media reporter for Harvard’s Nieman Journalism Lab and a media critic for the Columbia Journalism Review, serving as founding editor for the website’s news innovation section. She is the recipient of a Mirror Award for excellence in media reporting. Garber holds a master’s in journalism from Columbia, where she was later an adjunct professor.

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The #MeToo movement has forced America into a transparent conversation about sex and power. From clear cut cases of... See more
Keith Sawyer’s research shows that all of us possess the same mental building blocks that the most exceptional creators... See more
A look at where we are in terms of the state of autonomy in our everyday lives, what the future holds, and how to know... See more