Alamin is an Eritrean-American writer and social media editor living in New York City. He was part of the team that launched NBC News’ LGBTQ news vertical NBC OUT. While he wrote a bulk of his pop culture stories there, Alamin has taken every opportunity he could to write about film, podcasts, music, and television online. When he’s not writing about it, he’s probably watching and tweeting about it.
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