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YES! Magazine - May, 2017 Formula One racing on frozen lakes comes to grips with the reality of rising temperatures and melting ice.
Cook's Gazette - April, 2015 A personal non-fiction story about the trials and tribulations of preparing and eating gefilte fish.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.