Noemi Arellano-Summer is a journalist currently working in the Los Angeles area. She has experience as a writer, editor, copy editor, photojournalist, and arts critic. She is passionate about arts, history, culture, entertainment, film, and literature.
A recent graduate with a BS in Journalism and a Minor in History from Boston University, Noemi has dabbled in many types of journalism and criticism. She has written essays about literature, film, and adaptation for Tor.com, Screen Queens, and Ancient World Magazine.
Noemi was a reporter for the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism’s recent national investigative project on homelessness: Nowhere to Go. She wrote a featured sidebar on Massachusetts landlords and contributed to other pieces on encampments and the state of homelessness in Massachusetts. That project was picked up by The Boston Globe and the Associated Press, as well as several Massachusetts news sources.
Noemi writes nonfiction accounts of history, entertainment, and culture for Grunge. She has discussed entertainment at ScreenRant, Mindfray, and The Celebrity Cafe, while also writing film reviews for The Boston Hassle. Noemi has also written about literature and culture for The Collective, and travel and social justice for Catalyst.cm.
Noemi interned for Filles Vertes Publishing, LLC, and was an editorial mentee at Tessera Editorial.
She primarily focuses on lesser-known organizations and programs, as well as arts criticism and analysis of current trends in the arts and culture industry.
Noemi is a detail-oriented, passionate creator, and aspires to share arts, entertainment, literature, film, and culture with people.
This website is for Noemi’s journalistic work. Her books and general life blog can be found here. Enjoy!