"I thought my need for deadlines would be my downfall as a writer in the real world. Instead, learning to value that need has been transformative."
(FEATURE) There are 89 living Holocaust survivors living in the Northeast Florida area today. Most of them are living below the poverty line.
(JOURNALISM) "It’s not everyday that someone new arrives to the Bold New City of the South to move and shake the local arts. Last year, Patrick Fisher entered the scene with a fresh perspective and a heap of motivation."
(JOURNALISM) Although she’s an award-winning gingerbread builder, E.J. McIntyre is not exceptionally competitive.
(JOURNALISM) "Chelsea DuDeVoire is a working woman’s strongest ally."
(JOURNALISM) “This is not a fusion restaurant at all,” says Straw. “Because ‘fusion,’ to me, connotes foofy-ness.”
(JOURNALISM) "The author of An American Beach for African Americans has been an American Beach resident for nearly 30 years."
(JOURNALISM) "Docked at Seafarers Marina, the Harlin shantyboat sways. The sun dips toward the Trout River. Red skies at night, sailor’s delight."