“In an era when most of us are desensitized to the most taboo topics, writer Sophie Saint Thomas still manages to find subjects that seem pretty shocking (or, at the very least, you may not send many of her articles to your mom). With regular bylines at Vice and Broadly, she has spent the summer writing about people with surprising interests—couples who get off on tattooing each other, real-life vampires who search for human blood, and neo-pagans who concoct love potions for the bedroom. But Saint Thomas is able to write about her subjects without an exploitative streak, which is perhaps the toughest skill of all: to make the extraordinary somehow ordinary—amusingly titillating and recognizably human all at once.” – Brooklyn Magazine
Sophie Saint Thomas is an award-winning journalist and author based in New York City and originally from the U.S. Virgin Islands. Her exhaustive list of bylines includes VICE, Playboy, GQ, Glamour, Marie Claire, PRIDE, Cosmpolitan, High Times, Gawker (RIP), Harper’s Bazaar, and more. Her work focuses on sex, drugs, glamour, and subcultures. In addition, Saint Thomas is Allure Magazine‘s resident astrologer and a sex columnist for AskMen.
Saint Thomas is the author of five books: Finding Your Higher Self (Simon & Schuster), The Little Book of CBD for Self-Care (Simon & Schuster), Sex Witch: Magickal Spells for Love, Lust, and Self-Protection (Weiser), Glamour Witch: Conjuring Style and Grace to Get What You Want (Weiser) and the forthcoming (April 2023) Weed Witch (Running Press/Hachette Book Group). She is currently writing her sixth book, The Devil’s Work, the real-life thriller that is the history of reproductive rights and witch hunts, which comes out in the summer of 2024 (Running Press/Hachette Book Group). She is the co-creator and author of The Intimacy Journal: A Sex & Cannabis Log Book.
Previously, she’s worked as a columnist for VICE, a producer for MTV Networks, and Refinery29’s sex staff writer. After initially moving to New York City to go to law school to study entertainment law, Saint Thomas accepted a position as a production assistant on VH1’s iconic Behind the Music and is frankly glad she saved the money.
Saint Thomas is also a published poet, although she reserves most of her poetry for her lover.
She is represented by Eric Smith of P.S. Literary.
For inquiries or to send a love note, please contact her at email@example.com.
Otherwise, social media is the best place to keep up with her work.