Alanna Bennett is a writer for The CW's Roswell, New Mexico whose work as a cultural critic and reporter has appeared on BuzzFeed News, Vulture, TV Guide, and more. Always at the forefront of the zeitgeist, she has covered everything from representation in Hollywood and the #MeToo movement to Captain America’s butt. Born in Hollywood and raised in Portland, Alanna studied Cinema Studies at Oberlin College and seeks to tell stories that move conversations forward while providing a balm to the daily stresses of human existence. She believes that the personal, the political, and the pop cultural are all deeply connected, and that we should all try to be a little bit more like Nora Ephron and Ava DuVernay.
When best friends Jodi and Eliza decide to have a baby together, the reactions of everyone around them bring up questions about romantic vs. platonic love, commitment, sexuality, and what it takes to build a family.