My work has appeared in various newspapers and small magazines. My current work is on the op-ed page of the Arizona Daily Star (and the home page of this website), but prior to that, I wrote a family life column that ran for a dozen years in various outlets, including the Dallas Morning News and the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. I also sold more than 100 articles to numerous Catholic publications, including to The National Catholic Reporter and Saint Anthony Messenger and was an op-ed columnist for four different Catholic newspapers from 1992 to 2003.
When I worked as an education reporter from 2007-2009, my primary focus was higher education, but I also covered the murder of a police officer, served as a dive-bomb reporter on the sports desk, wrote the obituary of a former crime boss and got to interview Gloria Steinem for a piece on a local mathematician. Samples of my work are below.
Religion Reporting and commentary
John Pepper: University of Arizona professor does ground-breaking research with cancer cell computer modeling in spite of stroke that destroyed nearly one-quarter of his brain.
Sheila Tobias: A non-mathematician, non-scientist, feminist Sheila Tobias spent her career raising awareness about, and fighting against, gender inequality in the teaching of math and science. Featuring interview with Gloria Steinem.
Higher Education Reporting
Investigation: Basketball Coach Lute Olson
Federal Charges in Giffords Shooting Cite Assassination Plan (contributing reporter; New York Times)