My endless curiosity about people’s lives translates to first-rate journalism, samples of which you’ll find below.
First-person lifestyle pieces include: a brief history of my hair; how a television romance trumped a real-life romance; and columns following my so-called dating life in a concatenation of Manhattan venues.
I’ve turned the lens away from myself and onto others, doing profiles and short investigative pieces for Brooklyn College, Princeton Alumni Weekly, and Columbia Magazine. I’ve gotten the inside scoop on a popular bar trivia in Morningside Heights, traced the professional path of an orchestral violist, and shown how literary sleuths discovered a new Claude McKay manuscript.
Linking Local and Global News
The Real McKay
Is Facebook for You?
Future Media Moguls
Student Journalists Nominated
A Long Way Home
Empire Date: Getting in the Right Frame of Mind
Empire Date: Testing Out HowAboutWe
Empire Date: A Pre-Oscars Meeting In Midtown
Empire Date: Wooing NYC Online
What Book Editors Want
Moscow on the Lee
Profile: Sara Shepard
Princeton Alumni Weekly, Campus Dream Job
Princeton Alumni Weekly, What Are You?
Marie Claire, Getting Back To My Roots
Choosing Battlestar Galactica Over Boyfriend
The Writer, The Dos and Don’ts of Agent Queries