In June, I became a contributor to Panels.net, and I could not be more thrilled. In the last two months, I’ve discussed […]
I am a program manager at the International Reporting Project, an independent journalism nonprofit in DC. I received my bachelor’s in English and linguistics at Georgetown University, and I’m currently pursuing my master’s in writing at the Johns Hopkins University.
Kicking butt and finding books at BEA.
Mitchell Hundred is a superhero turned politician struggling to shed his vigilante past and step into his position as mayor of New York.
I love reading internationally, so finding good translated books is a fun challenge.
I got mad love for my indies.
I was in Kathmandu to lead a group of eleven journalists reporting on health and development when the earthquake struck.
A sensuous exploration of how humans experience the world around us.
I love indies… and comics!
What are your tips for reading on the road?
What’s better than reading a good book? Reading a good book while drinking an excellent beer!
Books mentioned: The Book of Strange New Things by Michel Faber The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins So You’ve Been […]
Was Gregor Mendel a genius before his time, or just a lucky gardener? How did his work shape the future of science?
Sillitoe’s short stories keenly chronicle the lives of ordinary working-class men and boys.