Magazine stories

Inside a Life with Tourette’s.” Growing up with a disorder that almost no one understands. May 2, 2019 in Medium.

Sailing Blind.” At the world championships of blind sailing. December 18, 2018 in Pacific Standard.

Who To Believe.” In a criminal trial, what counts as evidence? December 2018 in The New Republic.

How NBA Moms Help Their Sons Deal With the Fame and Fortune.” The realities of professional basketball can be daunting for players and their families alike. A close-knit network of mothers helps them through it. September 26, 2018 in The Atlantic (online).

Prescription For Change.” Should physicians speak up about climate change? Summer 2018 in Orion.

“'You Know Why I'm Here.'“ New Hampshire has the second-highest rate of drug overdoses in the country. A police officer in Laconia (population 16,000) has been assigned one task: to stop them. July 16, 2017 in The New York Times Magazine.

"The Fighters." On wrongful convictions, and the creation of a nonprofit to right them. February 2017 in TIME.

"After the Setback." How, and how much, should we heal our pets? December 2014 in Five Dials.

"The Accidental Beekeeper." On the sweet (and sour) business of local honey. July 2013 in the Virginia Quarterly Review.



"Getting It Right." How to rebuild scenes from the past. August 18, 2017 in LitHub.

"Meet a Grubbie." Six questions with a writer. May 30, 2017 in the GrubStreet blog.