Lucille Barilla

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Location
NJ
School
Brooklyn College
Expertise
Television, Celebrity, Movies
  • Lucille has over 30 years of experience as a writer and editor for various entertainment entities, including print and digital publications such as The Inquisitr, Monsters & Critics, Entertainment Daily, She Knows, Buddy TV, Starpulse, and Fashion & Style.
  • Lucille is the author of books detailing the careers of several celebrities and musical acts such as Freddie Prinze Jr., Kelly Clarkson, The Beatles, Miley Cyrus, James Franco, and Five Seconds of Summer.
  • She developed, wrote, and edited leading teen entertainment magazines Popstar!, Teen Dream, and Word Up. Lucille engaged a female audience between the ages of 8-15 with custom-tailored editorial content.

Experience

Lucille began her career in the magazine industry while still in college, as an editorial assistant on Rock Scene and Metal Mania Magazines. After editing and writing four top-selling magazine titles for the Soap Opera Industry, she became a full-time freelancer. Her instinct for the young adult market led her to an editing position, which she held for 14 years as the creative force behind some of the leading teen magazines on newsstands at the time. Following that, Lucille freelanced for a myriad of websites, always keeping her eye on what were the leading trends in the entertainment industry. For over 30 years, she has continued to translate her love for movies, television, pop culture and music into the written word.

Education

Lucille has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Political Science from Brooklyn College, the poor man's Harvard University. She was one of 10 women graduates with this unique degree.
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