Connie is a writer, editor, photographer, podcaster, prolific tweeter, and TV junkie living in NYC. She is currently a writer for TIME for Kids magazine and a writer/editor at Black Girls Create. Before, she was a features writer for the New York Daily News and the TV Editor for Black Girl Nerds. Her other writing has been featured in io9, Buzzfeed, SheKnows, PolygonShondaland, IndiewireThe Mary Sue, Hello Giggles, The Nerds of Color, Just About Write, and Bitch Flicks, among others. She also hosts a Doctor Who podcast called Time and Relative Blackness in Space. She’s also interviewed Christopher Eccleston at NYCC19 and is open to more panel moderating opportunities.

When not writing about the lack of black sitcoms on streaming sites or writing about the TARDIS, she’s probably tweeting from the Hufflepuff common room at 3 am, trying to close at least one of 37 tabs.

See some of her freelance pieces on TV reviews/news/criticism, nerd culture, and issues of diversity and representation by clicking on the Portfolio links in the menu bar.   Contact her to book her for panels or hire her for writing.


Chris Chibnall Cast a Black Woman as the Doctor, But It’s Only Just a Start, iO9

William Jackson Harper is Taking ‘The Good Place’ With Him, The Nerds of Color

The Fate of Black Women in ‘Joker’, The Nerds of Color

NOC Review: Rian Johnson Slays with ‘Knives Out’, The Nerds of Color

For Black Doctor Who fans, the TARDIS is a legendary, loaded image, Polygon

Connie is also occasionally a photographer at and has a Bookstagram for diverse kids books called @BrownKidsOnTheCover.