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Rosella Eleanor LaFevre


BSR Contributor Since September 7, 2013

Rosella Eleanor LaFevre is a writer who lives in Northeast Philadelphia.

Rosella Eleanor LaFevre ({encode="[email protected]" title="[email protected]"}) is a freelance writer and editor.

Her work has appeared in print and online publications such as, Pacific Standard magazine's website, and WHYY's

She was formerly editor-in-chief of an online magazine for young women in college, and remains particularly interested in writing about women's issues and the arts.

She grew up in Philadelphia, attended Girls High and graduated with a B.A. in magazine journalism from Temple University. Currently, she resides in Northeast Philadelphia.

You can read her blog here ( and follow her on Twitter here (

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Rosie the Riveter, meet a survivor of child sex trafficking.

Five reasons to read women's magazines

Beyond liposuction: The serious side of women's magazines

Magazine people— even women— love to look down their noses at women's magazines. They should take another look. There's much more to women's mags lately than Kardashians and liposuction.
Rosella Eleanor LaFevre

Rosella Eleanor LaFevre

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The guys of El Caribefunk take on Philly's summer music scene. Image courtesy of the band.