The Midas Touch
In Alaska’s Bristol Bay region, the continent’s biggest deposit could produce more gold than the Klondike gold rush—and put the world’s largest salmon fishery out of business.
Archaeology, cancer research, cardiology, climate change, crime, environmental science, human interest, immunology, neuroscience, sleep science, social justice, sustainable agriculture, transplant medicine. And, occasionally, celebrity interviews.
In alphabetical order: AARP Magazine, Aeon, Discover, Elle, Esquire, Ladies’ Home Journal, LA Weekly, Leapsmag, Life, Los Angeles Times Magazine, More, Mother Jones, Parade, Parents, People, Prevention, Reader’s Digest, Rolling Stone, TakePart, Time, and other print and online publications.
As sole author: Mapping the Darkness: The Visionary Scientists Who Unlocked the Mysteries of Sleep (Hachette Book Group, October 2023). As senior writer: Decades of the Twentieth Century: The Way We Were. LIFE Books, 1999. The LIFE Millennium. LIFE Books, 1998. LIFE Album 1995: Pictures of the Year. LIFE Books, 1996. Our Times: The Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Twentieth Century. Turner Books, 1995
National Magazine Award Finalist
John Bartlow Martin Award for Public Interest Magazine Journalism
ASJA Outstanding Article Award for Science/Business/Technology
June Roth Award for Medical Writing
E.T. Meredith Award for Creative Excellence
Wilbur Award for Religious Reporting
EDI Award, National Easter Seal Society
Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center Residency
Pulitzer Traveling Fellowship
As author, unless indicated otherwise.