Farah Joan Fard

Farah Joan Fard creates content to elevate education and empathy. Her writing has been published in Marie Claire, Vanity Fair, Women’s Health, Paste, Bustle, and more. She has provided commentary for film and music podcasts and was a regular contributor to The Village Voice’s annual Pazz & Jop poll and review.

Starting her media career as a music journalist, she has interviewed artists such as Terri Lyne Carrington, Blues Traveler, Fiction Plane, Karmin, Clint Mansell, and Creed Bratton, while also covering stories for tours including Janelle Monae, The Police, She & Him, Muse, and Kimbra.

She currently works as a writer and digital content strategist who enjoys painting and performing in her spare time. You may view her recent clips below.

Farah Joan Fard for Marie Claire
A serious investigation on eating disorder treatment 
and a fun student loan finance piece
An investigation on gender disparity in the fine art world
Fun musings on musical theater in Paste
Telling the stories of various women for Women’s Health
Research on art therapy for Art Business News

Older writing:


Music industry profiles

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