Katie Salisbury is a writer, editor, and photographer living in New York City. Her work has appeared in Marie Claire, VICE, Refinery29, Lucky Peach, Roads & Kingdoms, On Being, The Rumpus, Asian American Writers' Workshop, and elsewhere. Most recently she was a TED Resident working on a photojournalism project that aims to tell the stories of Chinese takeout and restaurant workers in New York. In 2016 she contributed to the documentary project She Is Syria, which chronicled the stories of women and girl refugees.
She has edited books for Amazon Publishing and HarperCollins, and she relaunched Book of the Month as a box subscription service for books in 2015. She co-founded and served as editor in chief of William & Park, a digital magazine for creatives.
A California transplant, Katie suffers from chronic wanderlust and an inexplicable need to collect plush, cute things that don't fit in her apartment. Sometimes she writes about Chinatown, a place she used to live.