- As a freelance writer, Amanda Arnold's work has appeared in GQ, VICE, Jezebel, and Literary Hub, the Standard Hotel’s in-house publication.
- Arnold has held editorial positions at Saveur, Broadly, and New York Magazine's "The Cut."
- She writes about food, culture, literature, and history.
Amanda Arnold graduated from Indiana University Bloomington with a degree in journalism and anthropology of food. She began her career in 2013 as an intern at Lucky Peach. She was an editor at Saveur and staff writer and editor at New York Magazine's "The Cut."
Her freelance work covering food, culture, literature, politics, and history have appeared in Broadly, Literary Hub, Racked, Lucky Peach, VICE, and Jezebel. She wrote a biweekly column for Saveur called "Ladies First," about women who are changing the way we eat and think about food.
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