I wrote about my current obsessions, endangered wolves and lost worlds, in a little pandemic dispatch for Harvard Review.
More about red wolves forthcoming in National Geographic.
For more samples of my work, scroll on down past these puppet heads.
In addition to writing fiction, I do freelance research and editorial work and am a regular contractor for National Geographic.
Below are a few samples of nonfiction work.
How "I May Destroy You" is Helping to Shatter My Shame, Sept 2020
Trebek tribute! in Salon.com. June 2019.
American Short Fiction's "Bourbon and Milk" blog:
Read my contribution to a compilation of writers musing about crappy/stellar parents in literature here
and on parenthood and cliche here.
I had the pleasure of writing several pieces for the Carolina Theatre's new magazine, Showtime!. My stories about the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, the Henson Alternative's "Stuffed and Unstrung" improv show, and the Theatre's own exciting historic exhibit are available here, and the inaugural issue (with my stories on Canadian family performers Leahy, the legendary Aaron Neville, the Carolina Theatre's recent renovation) is available here.
National Geographic Traveler's IntelligentTravel blog:
Hong Kong's Cultural Kaleidoscope Program
Hong Kong's Modern Toilet Restaurant
Washington Flyer magazine:
Cover story on eating in Rome and article on Little Tokyo in Los Angeles
Southwest Airlines in-flight Spirit Magazine (now called Southwest):
I was a regular contributing writer for several issues of Spirit, and wrote about ice artists, pirate museums, and lots in between. Here are a few samples.
"Pirate Soul in Key West"
"King Tut Comes to Texas"
National Geographic Magazine online extra
"Did You Know? Suakin Island"
Hungry? Boston Restaurant guide