Bylines

Smoke Signals, essay in The Happy Reader

What it Feels Like, interview with Sarah Anne Johnson

A Library of Texture, interview with Colleen Heslin

Between Loneliness and Imagination, essay in Hazlitt

Talking Myself to Sleep, essay and investigation for VICE

Paris Syndrome: The Myth of the Myth of the City of Love, essay in Hazlitt

Scents of A City, essay for A Magazine

The Wild, short story for Double Dot

Empty The Jungle, news article in The New Statesman

Artists Draw Together in Paris Terror; Bookstore Offers Protection for its “Tumbleweeds”, essay in The National Post

Dispatch from Paris, news article in The Guardian (picked up by Buzzfeed, AdWeek, and the Huffington Post)

Living in the Rag & Bone Shop of the Heart, essay in VICE

The Inventor of the Doomsday Bomb, essay in The Happy Reader

The Power of a Wish: Meeting The Gilmore Girls, essay in VICE

I first found out about Vivre Paris when they wrote about Shakespeare & Company, where I was working at the time

I first found out about Vivre Paris when they wrote about Shakespeare & Company, where I was working at the time

I was a staff arts and culture reporter for Vivre Paris, reviewing theatre, art fairs, and exhibitions, and interviewing artists and curators, and continue to do interviews with artists for VICE and other publications.

What Posing Nude Taught Me About Mortality, essay in VICE

The New Occupation of Paris, essay and review in VICE

Solving the Perfect Murders of the Affaire Chevaline, co-reporting for a serialized piece in GQ

Extract of The Honey Farm, in Errratum

Preventing the Preventable: on Leukemia and Measles, article in The Huffington Post

Three Dollars and a Photocopy: How I Published the First Story by Alice Munro, essay in BibliObs

Interview, in HTMLGiant

I’ve also written for or been interviewed by Nouvel Obs, The American Center in France, Feuilleton, The Grid and The Coast.

I was a reporter for France 24 for a hot minute as well, but that didn’t lead to much.

 

 

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