H E L L O , I' M
A freelance writer in Chicago
I've written about the arts, business, books and a variety of other topics for more than two decades. My bylines include NPR, Inc., The Atlantic, Money, The Washington Post and The Los Angeles Times. Here you can learn more about me and check out my business journalism, arts journalism and copywriting.
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