Editor & Writer 

Brooke Kosofsky Glassberg is a senior editor at Good Housekeeping. She writes and pitches products for the home and fashion pages, writes and edits the Your Good House quarterly decorating mini-mags, oversees the annual holiday gift guide, and turns lab results from the Good Housekeeping Research Institute into lively service stories.

Before that, Brooke was the fashion features editor at O, The Oprah Magazine, where she conceptualized, assigned, reported, edited, and wrote for the FOB and Well style pages. She also edited Dr. Phil and Suze Orman and contributed style profiles and celebrity interviews. 

Brooke has edited and produced six Oprah anthologies: O's Best Advice Ever! (fall 2011); Love Your Life! (2010); Dream Big! (2009); O's Big Book of Happiness (2008); O, The Oprah Magazine Cookbook (2008); and O's Guide to Life (2007).

Brooke started as an editorial assistant at Vitals Man and Vitals Woman, twin luxury lifestyle magazines launched in 2004. She has written for Glamour, Travel + Leisure, Budget Travel, New York Magazine, ShopSmart, Jane, and YM, where she was an ASME (American Society of Magazine Editors) intern. Brooke has interviewed Bono, Sheryl Crow, Vera Wang, Patricia Field, Tim Gunn, Joel McHale, Mary-Louise Parker, Sofia Vergara, Anna Kendrick, Elizabeth Banks, Moby, and Joy Bryant, among others. 

Now and then, Brooke plays food critic for the Newark Star-Ledger Munchmobile. She graduated summa cum laude from New York University in 2004 with dual majors in Print Journalism and Gender & Sexuality Studies.