Dawn Burkes is an assistant editor on the Fast Break Desk, the Los Angeles Times’ breaking news team. She is the former editorial and publishing coordinator for Fangoria and a former editor, entertainment reporter, “From the Hip” podcast host and the TV writer/critic for the Dallas Morning News. Her career includes writing and editing at American Muslim Today, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, USA Today, the Miami Herald and the Tallahassee Democrat. She loves superheroes and horror movies, sometimes at the same time.
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