I am a Ben Bagdikian editorial fellow at Mother Jones and a freelance writer.
I've reported or written for Observer.com, The Guardian, OxfordAmerican.org, Harpers.org, NBC News, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, North Carolina Health News, and The Millions. I've fact-checked pieces for the Oxford American, Harper's, and Mother Jones.
Before, I was an Associate Editor at the Arkansas Times, an alt-weekly in Little Rock, Arkansas.
You can email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
'Protect and serve' vs. 'patrol and control' in Little Rock -- As the Little Rock Police Department has increased traffic stops to crack down on crime, it says the stops can also be part of community policing. Others say it's akin to stop-and-frisk. (cover story, won Diamond Jouranlism award)
The post-prison license hurdle -- Arkansas is trying to make it easier for those released from ADC to get licenses and IDs. But challenges remain.
K2 in prison: widely available, difficult to detect and potentially deadly. — The use of 'synthetic marijuana' is soaring in the Arkansas Department of Correction. Guards, inmates and even ADC emails say it is killing inmates. (cover story)
ADC can't retain guards -- More than a third of new hires in 2017 left before the year was up. The culture is the problem, former guards say.
A week at Midtown — Can a dive bar be reborn? (cover story)
Downsizing dwindles -- A review of Alexander Payne's latest feature
Why Arkansas plans to kill eight men in 11 days — Under the guise of 'synthetic civility.' (cover story)
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