Writing

The New York Times

You Say Myanmar, They Say Burma

Mexico’s “Other Disappeared” (Women in the World)

The Guardian

Simone de Beauvoir and Open Marriage

The Atlantic

The Mind Does Not Belong in a Cubicle (online)

The Paris Review 

The Vast Beast Whistle of Space (online)

The Last Word (online)

Hazlitt

House Hunting with Martha Gellhorn

Slate

Zoos Drive Animals Crazy

The Changing Face of Climate Change

Building the New Sandy Hook

Why Do We Eat Wilbur, But Not Fido?

An Interview with Lois Lowry

Why Does Everyone Hate Cheerleader and Big Game Hunter Kendall Jones?

The First Men’s Rights Conference Makes a Good Point. And a Lot of Bad Ones.

Rx: 50 mg of Nature, ad lib

I Started a Business with My Dad (And almost stabbed him only once)

Why I Regret Being a Nice Boss

Salon

Outdoor Learning: Education’s Next Revolution?

The Chronicle for Higher Education, Vitae Blog

Misadventures in Networking

The Seventeen Dollar Sandwich 

The Cost Conscious Case for Taking Your Grad Studies Abroad

How I Broke My Creative Slump

Barnes and Noble Review

Book Review of Nikil Saval’s Cubed

The Washingtonian

A personal essay about opening (and closing) a coffee shop.

JazzTimes Magazine: 

Minton’s Playhouse: Back to the Future

 

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