Allie Conti is a journalist who writes both investigative and human interest stories for national outlets like Field & Stream and The New York Times.
- Writes about crime, sports, and the outdoors
- Licensed private investigator
- Frequent contributor at the New York Times
ExperienceConti is a writer and investigative journalist who lives in New York City. She spent two years at the Miami New Times and five years at Vice Magazine before going freelance in 2019. Although primarily a generalist non-fiction writer who focuses on narrative storytelling, Conti’s reporting has been recommended by The New Yorker, turned into a segment on NBC Nightly News, and highlighted on National Public Radio. She’s won both investigative and feature writing awards from the Society of Professional Journalists.
EducationConti is a graduate of the University of Florida. She earned a master’s in magazine writing from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Fun FactConti is also a licensed private investigator who is currently producing an investigative podcast about a series of cold cases in Texas.
- No, You Beg New York Magazine
- Pigeon Guys Face Tough Times The New York Times
- Florida Panther’s Return Spells Doom for Gladesmen Miami New Times