America: Book Reviews
2/15/16 Less is More – All Days Are Night by Peter Stamm
7/3/15 Pastor From Another Planet – The Book of Strange New Things by Michel Faber
6/8/15 Time in a Bottle – My Struggle Book 4 by Karl Ove Knausgaard
3/16/15 Leaving Queens – We Are Not Ourselves by Matthew Thomas
9/22/15 War Stories – In the Wolf’s Mouth by Adam Foulds
11/25/13 The Holy Fool – Someone by Alice McDermott
11/18/13 Man of Letters – Suitable Accommodations by J.F. Powers
The Millions: Essays, book reviews, and interviews
The New York Times: Articles and interviews
5/22/05 He Helped Put the Blue Into Blue Note – Profile of famed jazz recording engineer, Rudy Van Gelder
11/6/03 It’s Got Good Beat but Where’s the Cover? – Explores album art in the age of MP3 with John Mayer, David Byrne, and other experts.
9/4/03 For Student Essayists, An Automated Grader – Investigates software that automates essay grading on standardized tests.
1/16/96 For an AT&T Brat, The Anguish of Letting Go – Personal essay on taking a volunteer severance package in the age of corporate downsizing.
Other Publications (Offline)
Book reviews and interviews, Mars Hill Review, including Interview with Paul Elie, Author of The Life You Save May be Your Own
1993-1997 Technology columnist, Asbury Park Press, Home News, and The Record
1995-1997 Freelance articles, Star Ledger – Wrote a variety of technology articles to explain Internet technology to lay audiences.