Writing

Prose and Communications Work

*Coring the Forest. Cascadia Magazine. August 2018.

*Introductory Bicycle Tour of Portland. Travel Oregon. May 2018.

*An Encounter with Marine Debris. Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition. February 2018.

*The Pairing of Painting and Prose. Literary Arts. November 2017.

* A Year After Blocking the Fennica, Kayaktivists are Trying to Cook Up Something Bigger. Willamette Week. September 2016.

* A Washington County case study: How the Oregon Food Bank, Manaia Cafe and Caruso Produce are fighting food insecurity. May 2016.

*The Best Worst Case Scenario. Limbo Magazine. January 2016.

An Introduction to Adelante Mujeres Washington County Business Bulletin. January 2016.

*Literary Arts blog posts, including this on Simon Winchester and this on Lauren Redniss. October 2015.

*The Willamette Week published this reflection on the Tilikum Crossing opening. September 2015.

*A three part story called The Northerners in Failbetter magazine.

*Wheel, Racing Stripes, Waking, and A Resting Place were published in the2ndhand.com between 2009-2013.

*A Resting Place also saw life at Longform.org while Waking resurfaced in the Garland Court Review.


Editing

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*Drafting and editing LTE’s and op-eds for the Oregon Sierra Club. The writing was focused on the potential environmental costs of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Email me if you are interested in these writing samples. May-Sep 2015.

*Currently volunteer on the editorial board of PSU’s Pathos Literary magazine.

*Former freelance copy editing for 7×7 magazine and the Mission Bowling Club

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