Below is a selection of features and pieces of cultural criticism written by Meghan Roos.
A fashion show taking place in Manhattan the day before New York Fashion Week 2022 begins features adaptive outfits designed in collaboration with members of the spinal muscular atrophy community.
Published by Newsweek on September 8, 2022.
Dubbed the "queer country trailblazer," Karen Pittelman is carving out a safe space for country musicians who feel ostracized from the genre that drives their work.
Published by Rock and Roll Globe on December 17, 2019.
The professional American women’s field is at its strongest in recent memory. So why does it still feel like the sport of running goes largely unnoticed?
Published in the October 2018 print issue of Women's Running.
The Effect of Des Linden’s Boston Marathon Win on American Running
A reflection on the effect that 2018 Boston Marathon champion Desiree Linden's win has on the American running community one week later.
Published by Women's Running on April 24, 2018.
The LA punk legend is ready to fight in the Trump era. She's seen this before.
Published by Noisey on March 2, 2017.
Forty years into his career at America’s oldest guitar company, the luthier and polymath talks about C.F. Martin & Co’s history and impact on popular culture.
Published by Noisey on December 23, 2016.
Created by legendary rock photographer Robert Knight, the Brotherhood of the Guitar fosters young musicians that aspire to guitar-fueled stardom.
Published by Elmore Magazine on January 25, 2016.