Writing

Torontoist screenshotMy work has appeared in a variety of places including The Huffington Post, Torontoist, Toronto.com, Ms., Crewtoo, and Gender Across Borders. If you are interested in hiring me for an assignment, please see the contact page.

Notable articles:

Torontoist:

TTC Previews Our New Streetcars, November 15, 2012
Innocence of Muslims Fury Arrives in Toronto, September 24, 2012
CONTACT 2012: Off With Her Head (interview with photographer, Jill Greenberg), May 25, 2012

The Huffington Post:

Will Conventions Stop Using Breasts to Attract Males?, March 22, 2013
Developments in Female-Controlled HIV Prevention
, March 12, 2013
Can Photoshop Be Beaten?
, November 5, 2012
Time for the Men’s Rights Movement to Grow Some, March 13, 2012

Ms.:

Where are the Women in Google’s Art Project?, February 1, 2011
Women in Combat–The Next “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”?, January 15, 2011
“When We Leave”: An Interview with Director Feo Aladag, January 11, 2011
Lisa Henson: Keep the Puppets, Engage the Girls, December 23, 2010

Gender Across Borders:

Nurture V. Nature: The Battle for Math’s Gender Gap, September 12, 2011
Women and the Numbers: The Misogyny behind equations like O=NP(20C+B)/75, September 13, 2010
Caity Lotz talks Dance, Traveling Back in Time for Mad Men, August 24, 2010
Kirsten Brandt: Director and Playwright. Also, Feminist., March 23, 2010

Harry Potter and the Brothers on the Wall:

This was my first Nanowrimo (National Novel Writing Month) effort and my attempt to rewrite the ending to Harry Potter. You can read it by clicking here.

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Barry Little has always dreamed of becoming a wizard. But he lives in a rundown suburb in the middle of America. With a little creativity and a lot of help from his friends, the group manages to complete the journey from hood to Hogwarts—where the Triwizard tournament has just wrapped up and students and professors alike are still reeling from the death of Cedric Diggory…