I’m part of a time travel reading in Atlanta

On Friday, March 23, 10 readers, including me, will be reading about time travel (or maybe something else equally as interesting). This is an event to close out a time travel inspired exhibit at Beep Beep Gallery by Mike Germon called Bootstrap Paradox. The Continue Reading →

Where I write (a Q&A with me)

A big thank you to Kristin Offiler, a freelance and creative writer who I met online. She has a wonderful series on her blog about where writers write. A few weeks ago she featured me. Here is her first question, but you should stop by her blog and read the whole Continue Reading →

My Advice for Journalists

Since my co-worker Clay Duda told his story about being a j-school grad, I thought I’d tell mine and hopefully help some people figure out how to become a journalist—a real one. Hint: it’s not easy, but it’s possible. Before I fell in love with journalism, Continue Reading →

Editing, E-Books and Whoa-Worthy Art [5 Interesting Things I Learned]

A photo I took at a bookstore in Atlanta. I write, research, read and think about art, culture, literary topics, social media, journalism, the environment and things that do good for people and our world. The following are five things I learned last week. Maybe Continue Reading →