Freelance writer with a focus on books, gender, and prison / the criminal legal system.
NEWS & CRIMINAL JUSTICE:
The dog lawyer doesn't care that you hate him | The New York Times (July 2022)
Why elderly incarcerated people struggle to find care after prison | The Appeal (July 2022)
Rethinking prison tourism | The Marshall Project (June 2022)
Prison visitation isn't like the movies | Catapult (May 2021)
Who doesn’t want the USPS to bring banking back to the post office? | Quartz (Oct 2021)
Nurses are battling vaccine misinformation from their own colleagues | Slate (Aug 2021)
Tinder’s plan for criminal record checks raises fears of ‘lifelong punishment’ | The Guardian (April 2021)
'Basically Cyberbullying': How cops abuse social media to publicly humiliate | The Appeal (Dec 2020)
In Florida, the fight to kick out Trump-loving Matt Gaetz is turning nasty over an unexpected issue | The Independent (Nov 2020)
Coronavirus risk looms large for America’s elderly and sick prison population | Quartz (March 2020)
The way we talk to ourselves matters | The Washington Post (Aug 2021)
Frat culture's casual misogyny is everywhere—even Congress | Teen Vogue (May 2021)
The damaging double standard behind intermittent fasting | Quartz (Nov 2019)
New books will be hard to come by for the rest of the year | Quartz (Sept 2021)
New Orleans is looking toward a hopeful future. A new bookstore is lighting the way. | The Washington Post (March 2021)
7 Books to Read if You Loved 'I May Destroy You' | Book Riot (Dec 2020)
Poet Louise Glück wins 2020 Nobel Prize in Literature | Book Riot (Oct 2020)
8 books that highlight how broken the U.S. criminal justice system is | Book Riot (Sept 2020)
How Instagram influencers are changing the conversation around childbirth | Refinery29 (June 2021)
The relaxing, addicting routines of the internet | Teen Vogue (Jan 2022)
Vibe me up, moodboard | Dirt (July 2021)
How We'll Win 2019: A year-long exploration of how people are confronting issues of gender equity in the workplace and how women and their allies are opening up new dialogues about these issues.
The 2050 Project: An exploration of creative solutions to the challenges of urban living with AR-models of 8 international structures embedded within each article page.
The World in 50 Years: An interview series with some of the world's boldest thinkers on their predictions for what the world will look like in 2070.
Net Positive: An exploration of the people and organizations who shaped the World Wide Web as we know it today.
Should This Exist?: A podcast and content project that examines how technology is impacting our humanity and the questions we should be asking about radical new technologies.
Cultivating Resilience: Quartz explores resilience and why this particular quality has been held up as a critical skill in the face of adversity.