For the full essay, see it on Cognoscenti.Originally published on July 6, 2020. — The save-the-date Richie and I sent out for our wedding, which had been planned for June 13, 2020. I am honored to once again have a piece up on WBUR’s Cognoscenti.
For the full essay, see it in Nobles Magazine.Originally published in the spring 2020 issue. — With everything going on I completely failed to mention that I published this essay in the spring 2020 issue of Nobles Magazine. I loved interviewing artists Caroline
For the full essay, see it on Cognoscenti.Originally published on May 21, 2020. — Judges Troy Johnson, Aarti Sequeira, and Jet Tila talk with Host Guy Fieri while the contestants prepare their dishes, as seen on Guy's Grocery Games, Season 14. I am
For the full essay, see it in Wellesley Magazine.Originally published in the spring 2020 issue. — Writing memoir is a messy business, and no one knows this better than Helen Fremont ’78. Fremont’s book The Escape Artist serves as a sequel of sorts to her memoir After
For the full piece, see it on Entropy. Published on January 13, 2020. — For a long time I was a photographer in addition to being a writer. Images and words always went hand-in-hand for me, and I found that often photographs influenced how
This past month I've been reading a lot about the small businesses closing in and around Harvard Square, such as Black Ink, as outside developers drive up rent to unsustainable rates. Therefore, this month, I'd like to take a moment to remind
Come listen to me talk to some brilliant people about what it's like to write nonfiction about animals at the Boston Book Festival next weekend! On Sunday, October 20, I will be moderating a BBF Unbound panel called Creature Feature
For the full piece, see it on Electric Literature. Published on May 8, 2019. — Writing nonfiction is always personal, in my opinion. You are putting your thoughts, feelings, and point of view out there, even if you are hiding behind the safety of