Katya Sedgwick

Katya Sedgwick is a writer in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her work has appeared in Newsweek, City Journal, the American Conservative, the American Mind, Legal Insurrection, and many other publications.

Posts by Katya Sedgwick

Beyoncé and the Neglected Downtrodden

Given that contemporary pop music is stagnant, Beyoncé’s country-inspired album Cowboy Carter was bound to be something of a sensation. Its chief significance is not aesthetic—the recordings are simultaneously too slick and underdeveloped. Continue Reading...