Emi­ly Udell is a writer for Angie’s List Mag­a­zine in Indi­anapo­lis. In 2009, she fin­ished a stint drink­ing bour­bon and cov­er­ing break­ing news for The Couri­er-Jour­nal in Louisville, Ky. Her eclec­tic media career also includes time at the Asso­ci­at­ed Press, Punk Plan­et (R.I.P.), The Dai­ly South­town in south­west Chica­go, and Radio Prague in the Czech Repub­lic. She co-host­ed and co-pro­duced In These Times’ radio show Fire on the Prairie” from 2003 to 2006.

Udell was also a field researcher and organizer for the Independent Press Association of Chicago, and helped create the first guide to independent, community and ethnic press in Chicago. She worked as an editorial associate at the national news and culture magazine Punk Planet and has contributed to Free Speech Radio News and various local Chicago print and online newspapers.

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