This digital archive is a look back at some of my published writing, as well as a way to remember some of the people and experiences along the way.
Included in the links (above) are articles for magazines, newspapers, websites, memoir projects, blog pieces, brain science Q&As, and two podcasts I host for the Dana Foundation, a Manhattan-based non-profit dedicated to advancing brain science.
Also noted on these pages are 20 stories that won writing awards from the New Jersey Society of Professional Journalists, as well as 30 magazine cover stories.
The articles include my work as an editor at Rutgers Magazine, New Jersey Success, New Jersey Business magazine, and The Bergen Record, a paper I delivered growing up in Fair Lawn, New Jersey. There are also freelance writing projects.
I graduated from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., with a degree in journalism, and live in Nutley, New Jersey, with my wife, Sheryl, a pre-K teacher in Newark. We have two daughters, Sam (on right) and Mel (middle).
Special thanks to the many editors, designers, photographers, and illustrators who helped tell these stories, and to the countless sources who shared their time and insight.
Please contact me with any questions or comments. Thanks for visiting!
Link to the articles from above. Some articles include essays on how the article originated or some aspect that stood out. A blue oval under the article image indicates a “REFLECTION” link.
Editor/Writer: Bill Glovin