National Public Radio
Mina Tavakoli is a person from Washington, D.C. who writes about music and literature. She mostly works as a contributing writer for NPR Music and NPR Books, where she focuses on experimental art and dance music, as well as within NPR’s in-house creative agency as a copywriter. She also writes with relative frequency for Pitchfork, the Washington Post, Resident Advisor, Bitch Magazine, and Tiny Mix Tapes. She’s very taken with expressions of desire across space, time, and culture.