Krista Maria Piccotti

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New Jersey
Marist College
Television, Theater, Mental Health
  • Krista Maria Piccotti is an emerging freelance, copy, and television writer who loves to reflect on pop culture in her spare time.
  • She has a blog called Me in Y2K, where she reflects on the impact Y2K culture had on her young, impressionable millennial mind.
  • Fictionphile published three of Krista's articles that analyzed popular media's cultural impact through published theorists' essays.


Currently, Krista is a writer for Addiction Recovery where she writes blog articles for rehabilitation facilities about mental health and other substance use-related topics. She has experience as a proofreader, freelance script editor, and scriptwriter. Her short play, "When The Doorbell Rings," was a finalist in the 2017 New Works of Merit Playwriting Competition and was produced in both the New York Winterfest and J.P Anderson Festival. She has studied movies and television throughout her college career and she continues to be involved in the television writing community by taking classes at the UCLA extension program and Gotham Writers.


In 2018, she graduated from Marist College with a BA in media studies and a minor in creative writing.

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