Carrie Vasios Mullins is a fiction writer and freelance writer, editor, and recipe developer. She holds a B.A. from Yale University (history) and an M.F.A. from Columbia University (creative writing).
Her fiction has appeared in publications such as Tin House, Two Serious Ladies, Broad!, Anamesa, and Everyday Genius. She taught writing at Columbia University from 2008-2010.
Carrie's non-fiction has appeared in Food & Wine, Edible Manhattan, Electric Literature, and First We Feast, among other publications. She currently works for Electric Literature, a nonprofit website that aims to keep literature relevant in the digital age. A former national editor at Serious Eats, a multiple James Beard Award-winning website, Carrie worked with talented food writers from across the globe. She also wrote three weekly recipe columns, and over one hundred of her recipes are available on the site. She is also a former book reviewer for Publishers Weekly and Alimentium: The Literature of Food.
Carrie was born and raised in New York City, where she continues to live in pursuit of pre-cut deli mangos.