I have been writing for magazines, newspapers, blogs and websites for more than 15 years. I’ve covered crime, trials, major business deals, politics, medical breakthroughs and sports. But my heart really lies with the personal stories I get to tell. Stories of a mother’s hope, a child’s dream, a hero’s act, a town’s personality or one cowboy’s unique journey to the center of a bull-riding ring (he wasn’t a rider, but a rodeo clown, by the way). Yep, all stories I’ve told. And I’m honored that the real people living and breathing in my stories have trusted me and my words to share their tales with the world. I have posted a sampling of a few below for your enjoyment.
- Some of my work for the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center
(I’m pretty passionate about this place – so for more, go to www.autismcenter.org)
- Story I did on small towns in Arizona – maybe my favorite piece ever!
View PDF of Magazine Piece on Arizona Small Towns (pdf)
- Interview with my favorite NPR voice – Peter Sagal