I edit (and publish) short fiction for The Fabulist Magazine.
I edited and published everything on The Daylighter from 2018 to 2020.
I do pickup editing for Shareable.net when they need help with articles or essays by nonprofessional writers, writers whose first language is not English, and academics not used to writing for general-interest audiences. These are pretty heavy lifts that often require restructuring, deep line edits and peppy headline options. I don’t always do final proofs and headlines.
9 unique library jobs that have nothing to do with books
August 17, 2021
Now is the time to re-think everything about how food businesses work
September 10, 2020
Public libraries are giving away an insane amount of free food
September 29, 2020
Community gardens are cropping up at public libraries everywhere
August 13, 2020
Newsdesk.org — series/beat editing:
Smarter on Crime
A news blog by Bernice Yeung
The Toxic Tour
By Kwan Booth, Kim Komenich, Jasmine Mara and CB Smith-Dahl. Recipient: SPJ SDX Award for Excellence in Journalism
The Truthiness Report
Multiple writers — a collaboration with KALW-FM and the San Francisco Public Press
Michael Powell’s FCC
World Social Forum 2003: Porto Alegre
By Lucimara Nunes and Erica Junghans
World Power: Global Energy Politics & Issues
By Jennifer Huang
Newsdesk.org — individual articles:
Why California must burn
By Glenn Martin, Jan. 5, 2004
Again with the bottled-water wars
By Ronnie Lovler, Oct. 8, 2009
Zap! The other side of video game violence
By Ronnie Lovler, September 30, 2009
When high-speed Internet isn’t, try a carrier pigeon
By Ronnie Lovler, Sep. 24, 2009
Homeless gain further hate-crime protections
By T.J. Johnston, Aug. 20, 2009
Fiji called a South Pacific ‘Burma,’
By Julia Hengst, Apr. 23, 2009
Access denied to cable viewers?
By T.J. Johnston, Mar. 26, 2009
Wolves: Their own worst enemy?
By Lauren Riggs, Feb. 26, 2009