Daniel Krieger

Daniel Krieger, a contributing editor at Narratively, is a freelance journalist in New York. He contributes to The New York Times and his work has also appeared in Fast Company, Wired, Slate, Salon, and New York magazine.

Stories By Daniel Krieger

Polyamorous People #4: “When I Show Up at These All-White Events and I Feel Uncomfortable, I’m Not Quiet.”

A happy husband and boyfriend on how ditching monogamy made his marriage succeed — and why people of color often feel unwelcome...

Polyamorous People #3: “I Experimented with Monogamy. It Was Torture.”

A mother of two on building a rock-solid relationship with her devoted husband...while dating fifty or so other people.

Polyamorous People #2: “Once You Start Questioning Gender, Other Things Fall Down Like a House of Cards”

A transgender New Yorker on life in an all-queer, all-poly Brooklyn group house, and on the alarm spreading through their...

Polyamorous People #1: “I Tried to Live Without Men, and I Tried to Live Without Women. I Couldn’t Do Either.”

An enlightened bisexual man on the search for the perfect ménage.

Protest People #4: Trendy Feminist Marches Don’t Do Much For Me

A four-foot-nine-inch Mexican-American woman on standing tall for her people, and taking it to the streets for all oppressed people.

Protest People #3: Why I Didn’t Call the Police When Trump Supporters Punched My Friends in the Face

A fearless queer activist on a violent assault in the heart of Manhattan, and why the coming battle will require a crash course in self-defense.

Protest People #2: When I Saw What Was Happening, I Couldn’t Just Do Nothing

How a white man from Alaska picked up a camera and became a pivotal force in New York's movement to save Black Lives.

Protest People #1: Some Folks Want to Reform the NYPD. I Want to Shut It Down.

A Black Lives Matter leader on what he’s learned from two years of dogged demonstrations—including one very aggressive arrest—and on what happens next.

Hostel People #11: I Could Feel Myself Getting Older. Something Had to Be Done.

An English engineer with a midlife crisis drives 6,500 miles through the American heartland—and sticks it out as the only old guy at the hostel.