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I’ve had the privilege of writing about people in vastly different stages of their lives, including young up-and-coming actors, African entrepreneurs, incredibly strong women battling breast cancer, and award-winning authors. My work has taken me everywhere from inside renowned scientific research institutions to an old California mission to the lush countryside of rural South Sudan.

Here’s a sample of my work:

Texas Monthly

Chronic Illness Cost This Former Dallas Museum Director Her Career. Embracing Novelty Gave Her New Life.

D Magazine

An SMU Poet Brings A New Form of Storytelling to Your Phone

The Dallas Morning News


Iceland may be the coolest place to visit right now
The 6 most magical waterfalls of Iceland


From interior design to microfinance in South Sudan


How to get your year off to a good start 
Breast cancer is their common enemy: a photo essay
How your job choice affects your mental health
How storytelling affects our health
The yips: Funny name, serious problem
Feel groggy in the mornings? How to wake up refreshed
Introverted? New book offers relationship help
A look at three science innovations in North Texas
Seven bad health habits to kick in 2015
Art therapy’s unique way of healing
Is it time for you to take a ‘digital detox’
Fear on the brain: why we’re afraid
High-stress job? How to stay cool on the clock
In Ayurveda-style cooking, ‘food is medicine’
How soccer players stay fit, and stay in the game


So you think teens don’t read?
How longing for home turned into a lauded children’s series
An interview with editors of ‘Women in Clothes’
‘A giant fanfest’ for readers of romance books
Interview with Newbery-winner Katherine Applegate
Cynthia Bond mines family history for “Ruby”
Jeannette Walls speaks where book was banned
Jacqueline Woodson on “Brown Girl Dreaming”
A love of technology and books inspired Robin Sloan
Susan Vreeland’s writing is enriched by art
The gift nonfiction gives to fiction
Dennis Overbye and Joel Achenbach on science writing
Graeme Simsion: from IT to writing a romantic comedy
How Sanderia Faye chased her writing dream and caught it


Sandra McCracken on marrying the sacred and secular
Thom Green talks Alt-J
Brian Burton (a.k.a. Danger Mouse) on Broken Bells
On folksy electronic group Sylvan Esso
Liturgical Folk
Verdigris brings surprises to choral music
The Dallas Symphony Chorus 40 Anniversary


Brenton Thwaites on ‘The Giver’
‘A Girl Like Her’ takes a look at bullying

Food and Drink

A look at North Texas breweries
Gearing up for foodie festival Savor Dallas


What’s driving 20-something guys out into the garden?


Writers will stay on track in this class aboard TRE
After-school program teaches character through movies
Big-man Mavs fans show their stuff
Techie turned writer debuts musical at Gilley’s
On Ansel Adams’ handpicked collection
A young playwright takes the stage at Jubilee Theater

Christianity Today

Making the Liturgy Sing a New Song

Santa Barbara News-Press

Clash in Isla Vista – Deltopia crowd attacks police
Mountain View School opens time capsule from 1967
A plan for ‘Granny’s Field’
SB Charter School renewed with conditions
Designer resurrects 1960s California shoe brand
Alpha Anniversary
Best Dressed Monk
From impotence to intimacy
Sisters on a mission
Author’s debut novel inspired by Santa Barbara
Shining softly

Interabang Books

The Evolution of a Story: An Interview with YA Novelist Samantha Mabry
Children’s Author Carol Weston on Love and Loss in SPEED OF LIFE


4 Famous Writers on Getting Over Writer’s Block
Why You Should Think Twice About Sharing That Meme
4 Books That Every Young Writer Should Read

Radio America

The ethics of Human Cloning
21st Century Gold Rush
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