Devon Maloney is the former pop music editor for the Los Angeles Times. An alumnus of Billboard, SPIN, WIRED, Rolling Stone and New York Magazine’s Vulture, her byline has also appeared in Vanity Fair, GQ, Grantland, the Village Voice, Nylon and many more. She’s a South Bay native, a dystopian lit fan, a Ewok dog parent and a Trekkie to the bone.
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