I am a contributing editor at Glamour, where I was formerly the features director. I cover culture, humans (some famous, some just downright cool) and whatever else they let me write about.

My first and most extraordinary boss in publishing was the late great literary agent, Connie Clausen. I went on to write and edit for the book packager Melcher Media before co-founding the Webby award–winning Nerve, a magazine and dating site that Entertainment Weekly described as “Playboy's body with the New Yorker's brain.” I have also been the editorial director of Seventeen.com and a story editor at the New York Times Magazine. Anthologies I've edited include Sex and Sensibility: True Romances from the Lives of Single Women and Thirty Things Every Woman Should Have and Should Know By the Time She's 30.

I recently moved from Brooklyn, New York, to Petaluma, California, with my husband, Ted McCann, and two sons, Finneus and Oliver.

I can be reached at Gen(at)GenevieveField(dot)net.