KATHLEEN CROMWELL is a cultural reporter-at-large who writes features, commentary, essays and reviews in the U.S. and Europe for print, online, radio, and television about food, film, fashion, sex, travel, art, music and life in the digital age for various venues including: The New Yorker, New York, The New York Times, The Village Voice, Salon, Entertainment Weekly, Details, Nerve, More, Flash Art, Spa Finder, Odyssey, etown, Bahamas B2B, Travel Squire, “Around New York,” “Cafe Digital” and the Athens News–where her weekly column, “Sex Matters,” compared/contrasted bicontinental, contemporary sexual manners and mores. Kathleen is the coauthor of B. Smith’s Cooking and Entertaining for Friends, (Artisan, 1995/2000). She divides her time between Manhattan and Hellas with Spiros Soukis, the acclaimed guitarist/singer/songwriter who, along with his rockin’ blues, features prominently in the forthcoming Lovestruck & Rockin’ in Greece: A Mythic, Transblues Odyssey. Together they wrote the song, “Mad Rain” (Transblues, So Well Music, 2004).
A couple of links to her writing:
DISCO bouzouki TAKES ATHENS BY STORM
in Salon Wanderlust
CHOICE TABLES; In Athens, Ouzo Sweetens Life
in The New York Times