Regan Penaluna is a senior editor at Guernica Magazine, a global magazine of art and politics. Previously she was an editor at Nautilus magazine, where she wrote and edited long-form stories. A feature she wrote on the “fish kick,” the fastest yet relatively unknown swim stroke, was chosen by The Atlantic as one of “100 Exceptional Works of Journalism.” She has also written for The Chronicle of Higher Education, Philosophy Now, and The Philosophers’ Magazine. Penaluna has a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University and a PhD in philosophy from Boston University. She lives in Brooklyn.