Some kids chase balls. I chase words and ideas.
I’ve helped experts write books, including an award-winning bestseller that’s now a classic in its field. My articles and essays have appeared in The New York Times, AARP Magazine, Scientific American, and a host of outlets you probably never heard of–from Quarter Horse Journal to AORN Journal. I’ve also led editorial teams and consulted for New York City area publishers, Dallas software firms, and nonprofits across the country.
These days I edit Sarasota Scene, a regional lifestyle magazine, and provide content for select organizations. I also spend an inordinate amount of time trailing around after 4-legged friends, which I justify as “book research.” Look for my forthcoming blog about interspecies relationships coming soon at PsychologyToday.com.
PS – You’re invited to share your love of dogs and help my book research by taking this survey. Thanks so much, and tell your friends!
♦ First Place, Outstanding Small Market Reporting, Print, Society of Environmental Journalists
♦ First Amendment Award, Society of Professional Journalists, Fort Worth
♦ Second Place, Business Reporting, Lone Star Award, Houston Press Club
♦ Certificate of Excellence, Press Club of Dallas
♦ Outstanding Book of the Year, American Society of Journalists & Authors
♦ Masters of Arts in Professional and Technical Communication, environmental science cognate, University of North Texas
♦ Bachelor of Arts in English, honors, phi beta kappa, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick
♦ American Society of Journalists & Authors
♦ Authors Guild
♦ Association of Health Care Journalists