Zoë Randolph

Zoë Randolph

Writer • Content Strategist

Let me grab a pen.

Hey, I'm Zoë.

I tackle history, culture, and the occasional content marketing project.

Whether I'm writing 8,000 words on the hunt for a long-lost Nazi, a hot take about The Bachelorette, or a book about content marketing, I write to teach readers new things and have fun doing it.



Coming soon

Damn Interesting

Hunting for Kobyla

Damn Interesting

Abandon a Bad Read? Never! - print

River Teeth

Lamp Light - micro essay


Grounded - print

Mental Floss

Anne of Cleves, Henry VIII's Most Successful—And Least Known—Wife

The Rundown on Alexander Hamilton's 8 Children

Unsung Heroes from History

The History of Valentine's Day

Elizabeth Blackwell, America’s First Woman Physician

The History of Route 66

Why Isn't Washington, D.C. a State?

How Princess Margaret Inspired the Modern Horoscope

More >

Global Connections for Women

How to Build a To-Do List that Doesn’t Make You Miserable

New Year, New Approach to Resolutions

Why Being a Leader Doesn’t Mean Acting Like a Man

Her Campus


Being the Perfect Employee is an Illusian

19 TikToks About Corporate America That Hit Different After WFH

Feeling Lost at Work? These 5 Books are Here to Inspire Your Next Career Move

Career Advice: It's Time to Learn to Say No

5 Ways to Stand Out When You Get a New Boss


5 Reasons to Move Out of Your Hometown After College

How to Have Adult-Level Fun on an Entry-Level Budget

Pop Culture

5 Things You Need to Know about Amanda Gorman

10 of the Best, Woman-Led Shows to Add to Your Women's History Month Watchlist

Can 'The Bachelor' Not Talk about God for Like, One Episode?

‘The Bachelorette’ Finally Got Real, but it Should've Happened Ages Ago

An Ode to Bennett: this 'Bachelorette' Season's Greatest Gem

'The Bachelorette' isn't Feeling Very Fair These Days, But Does it Have to Be?


I work with companies to define their voice, plan strategically, and write great content customers want to read.

  • Strategic messaging

  • Content strategy

  • Copywriting (eBooks, blogs, web, etc.)

  • Editing and rebranding

  • Book ghostwriting


The Book

Co-authored with Kapost (now Upland Software) co-founder Toby Murdock, Mastering One Voice is a fable and field guide to the world of content operations.

Mastering One Voice

"Crisp, generous, and savvy."
JEFFREY MACINTYRE • Principal, Bucket Studio

"Well worth the read and more worth diligently applying what it has to say.”
SPENCER WIXOM • VP of Marketing, Challenger

"A must-read for marketing and content professionals at all levels."
COLLEEN JONES • Founder, Content Science


Let's talk.