Rega is a writer and editor whose work has appeared in Outlook, FirstPost, FiftyTwo, Vogue, and other publications. She was formerly the founding editor and editor-in-chief of BuzzFeed India, after which she went on to write a column about digital culture for the Times of India; write Small Scenes, a newsletter of personal essays for paying subscribers; and work as a communications and research associate for The Banyan, where she authored the children’s book Jacklin & Amali. She also works as a digital content and strategy consultant for media organisations. Rega currently lives in Chennai.
Tinder Wants My Mom’s Approval
The Revolution Will be Archived
2020: The Year ‘Apolitical’ Stopped Being An Option
Bollywood’s Beauty Standards Are the Ultimate Catch-22
How Do You Pronounce ‘Quantico’?
The Funny Thing About The End of the World
Your Son Sent Me Rape Threats on the Internet
Imagining Motherhoods and Solitudes
India’s Daughters Are In Danger Because Of How We Raise Our Sons
What To Do About Bad News You Can Do Nothing About
Bollywood Beauty, produced by BuzzFeed for Netflix
Women Try Sustainable Period Products, produced by BuzzFeed India
Why Can’t I Stop Scrolling?, produced by VitaminStree