PUBLICATIONS

Thin Ice: Racing Climate Change

YES! Magazine - May, 2017 Formula One racing on frozen lakes comes to grips with the reality of rising temperatures and melting ice.

In The Eye Of The Fishmonger

Cook's Gazette - April, 2015 A personal non-fiction story about the trials and tribulations of preparing and eating gefilte fish.

How To Build A School In Haiti

Gaper's Block - February, 2014 An enlightening conversation with Jack Newell and Dinesh Sabu, independent filmmakers currently working on a feature-length documentary entitled How To Build A School In Haiti. We discussed their film as well as the current state of Haiti.

The Lion Burger King

Gastronomica - October, 2013 This personal non-fiction story is a recollection of a memorable yet regrettable meal. The story follows an unorthodox quest to procure a rare and exotic piece of meat from an infamous butcher shop in Homer Glen, Illinois.

And Am I Born To Die?

Salt Story Archive - August, 2013 This non-fiction story focuses on the lone resident of Hibberts Gore, Maine and her remarkably rugged existence. The piece was written at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine.

A Thin Line Between Duck & Fate

Hot Doug's: The Book - June, 2013 This personal non-fiction story recounts a tragic ill-fated experience in the world-famous Hot Doug's line.

The Importance of Being Ernest

Lighthouse Digest - April, 2013 This non-fiction story is a profile of 84-year-old Ernest DeRaps, a former lighthouse keeper turned painter. The piece was written at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine.

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