Roger Catlin is a blogger and freelance writer living in Washington, D.C., whose work occasionally appears in The Washington Post and on Salon.com, among other outlets.
Until July 2011, his writings on TV and visual arts appeared in the Hartford Courant, where he also wrote a blog called TV Eye. A former member of the board of the Television Critics Association, he is also a member of the Religious Society of Friends (making him one of the few Quaker TV critics). Before his move, he was DJ on the Friday Morning Rock show on the Trinity College radio station WRTC at 89.3 FM in Hartford. Old shows are available online.
Roger was born in Detroit, Mich., and went to high school in Omaha, graduating from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He worked in newspapers a very long time.
He’s on Facebook and has a twitter account under @rcatlin. Y’all come back soon.