My work has appeared at The Believer, StarTrek.com, The Stranger, Tor.com, WIRED, io9, and more. As executive editor of the Portland Mercury, I covered politics, film, news, books, and just about anything else you can think of.

Selected clips can be found below, and a legitimately horrifying amount of my work is available via Authory.

THE LATEST
• Sandbox Games in a Locked-Down World (The Believer, 9/15/2021)

NEWS
• Rep. Earl Blumenauer on Climate Change: “Congress Needs to Understand This Is an Emergency and Act Like It” (Portland Mercury, 7/9/2019)
With Municipal Broadband, Cities Are Taking Back the Internet — and Making It Faster and Cheaper. Can Portland Do the Same? (Portland Mercury, 5/9/2018)

FILM
• Guillermo del Toro Discusses the Tragedy and Delight of The Shape of Water (Portland Mercury, 12/13/2017)
With 2001: A Space Odyssey, the Hollywood Theatre Brings 70mm Back to Portland (Portland Mercury, 3/18/2015)

TV
Star Trek‘s Best Revolutions and Rebellions (StarTrek.com, 7/3/2020)
Before Lower Decks, There Was Star Trek: The Animated Series (StarTrek.com, 11/10/2020)
• The Expanse: Humanity Explores a New Frontier — But Still Has All Its Old Baggage (The Stranger, 12/6/2019)

BOOKS
• Cory Doctorow’s Radicalized Examines Our Dark Present, and Our Possibly Slightly Less Dark Future (Tor.com, 3/19/2019)
A Reading List for the End of the World: The Best, Weirdest, and Scariest Books About Climate Change (Portland Mercury, 4/11/2019)

COMIC BOOKS, VIDEO GAMES, AND THE DARK LORD OF A LAWLESS CITY RULED BY FEAR
• Tom Bissell and a New Way of Thinking (and Writing) About Video Games (Portland Mercury, 6/3/2010)
Matt Fraction Relaunches His Trippy Spy Epic Casanova (Portland Mercury, 7/28/2010)
A Helpful Guide to Portland’s Rainy Season (Portland Mercury, 9/6/2015)

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