I’m a Washington, D.C.-based writer, editor, and all-around wordsmith (and occasional webmistress). By day, I work at the News Media Alliance, promoting policy and business strategies to help members of the news media survive and thrive in these strange political and economic times; by night, I write and edit textbooks for Enslow Publishing. Previously, I worked as a senior editor at RT Book Reviews, contributing editor to Penthouse magazine, associate editor of The Girls of Penthouse and Penthouse Forum, and, before that, as a freelance editor at Penthouse Variations. And before that, I studied journalism at St. John’s University and worked some very odd jobs.
These days, I mainly write about trends in the media. In the past, I’ve written about making love and making war, focusing most of my editorial attentions on stories about either sex or military/veterans issues. I occasionally write about other things, too, like art and books and hot sauce and, once, sports. As an editor, I’ve worked on books and articles about foreign policy, sex, addiction, and just about every other topic you can imagine.
When I’m not writing, I read in excess, watch far too many hours of Netflix, and eat hot sauce in quantities that are definitely not healthy.
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