Meredith Turits


Meredith has written on books, culture, finance, sports, lifestyle, politics, health, and other topics for various outlets, both in print and online. Her contributions include both bylined and ghostwritten work.

Editorial publication credits include: Vanity Fair, the New Republic, Rolling Stone, The Paris Review Daily, ELLE, Men's Journal, Glamour, Fundera, Colorado Business Magazine, Startup Nation, Manta, The Millions, The Rumpus, Bustle, The Writer, BlackBook, The Huffington Post, Midnight Breakfast, Bookslut, Full Stop, The Brooklyn Quarterly, Gothamist, The Tottenville Review, Performer, Skyscraper, and more. A limited sampling of clips below.


Finance Features

How to Value a Small Business
Fundera · June 22, 2018
The Definitive Guide to Separating Business and Personal Finances
Fundera · June 19, 2018
Simple Interest Rate vs. APR: Here’s How They Differ
Fundera · June 18, 2018
Entrepreneurs vs. Solopreneurs: What Are Your Financing Options?
Startup Nation · June 13, 2018
No Business Checking Account? You’re Damaging Your Loan Approval Odds
Fundera · June 5, 2018
10 Business Loan Terms Every Entreprenur Should Know
Colorado Business Magazine · May 8, 2018
Hiring Contract vs. Full-Time Workers: What’s More Cost Effective?
Fundera · April 23, 2018
Ghostwriting for on financing, credit, accounting, and entrepreneurship upon request.
Forbes, Inc. Entrepreneur, Amex OPEN Forum · 2018

Culture Features & Profiles

11 Addictive New Books To Keep You Warm This Winter
ELLE · January 27, 2016
These 8 Books From 2015 Will Keep You Entertained During Every Holiday Travel Moment
ELLE · December 21, 2015
Don’t Google Ottessa Moshfegh: Read Her Debut Novel, Eileen, Instead
Vanity Fair · August 17, 2015
Novels About Real-Life Women Are Saving Forgotten History
Vanity Fair · July 28, 2015
How Julia Pierpont’s Debut Novel Sold for Six Figures Before She Graduated
Vanity Fair · July 6, 2015
This War Happened: A Wrenching New Novel Relives the Disastrous Croatian War
Vanity Fair · May 27, 2015
Closing The Publishing Gender Gap Means Shifting Culture
The Brooklyn Quarterly · April 21, 2015
Therapy: The Cause of, and Solution to, All of Writers' Problems
The New Republic · November 5, 2013

Sports Features

Why Grayson Allen's Drama Is Good for College Basketball
Rolling Stone · January 17, 2017

Food & Drink Features

Unicorn Is Not a Flavor
Extra Crispy · April 26, 2017
You Need to Own a Balsamic Vinegar Heirarchy
Extra Crispy · December 13, 2016
Hunting for Heady Topper, America's Most Coveted Beer
Men's Journal · October 9, 2015
Off-Menu Items: The Worst Kept Secret in Food
Men's Journal · September 10, 2015

Author Interviews

Mona Awad Wants You to Confront the Word "Fat"
ELLE · February 24, 2016
Intermittent Explosive Disorder: An Interview With Matt Sumell
The Paris Review Daily · February 17, 2015
The Rumpus Interview with Julia Fierro
The Rumpus· June 6, 2014
The Rumpus Interview with Chang-Rae Lee
The Rumpus· March 4, 2014

Personal Essays

On Watching The Duke Vs. Wisconsin NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship With My Father
Bustle Lifestyle · April 6, 2015
Delusions of Grandeur
The Writer · January 2015
During Eating Disorder Awarness Week, Grappling With My Anorexic Past
Bustle Lifestyle · February 13, 2014


Roxane Gay's Bad Feminist: August Editor's Pick (Nonfiction)
Bustle Books· August 5, 2014
May Editor's Pick: Julia Fierro's Cutting Teeth (Fiction)
Bustle Books· May 13, 2014

Gift Guides

45 Gifts for Book-Lovers Who Never Max Out Their TBR Piles
Bustle Books · November 27, 2014
33 Gift Ideas for the Health Nut (or Wannabe Health Nut) Health and Fitness · November 2012