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Lots of news!

I recently started as a senior editor at Wear Your Voice, a publication that focuses on intersectional feminism, social justice and body positivity. On top of editing, I also contributed a recent piece encouraging compassion for San Francisco's homeless residents, who've had a particularly bad time of it lately. 

I also wrote a story about Oakland doom band Lycus for the SF Weekly, and posted two pieces on Medium. One of them is about some of the surprising things I learned covering the courts for three years. The other is a quick guide for music writers who are working on articles about allegations of sexual misconduct. 

And I'm joining the San Francisco Writers' Grotto in March!


New interviews, FOTN, & court tips

On Friday, the folks at the Armstrong & Getty radio show interviewed me during one of their morning segments about my new book, The Columbine Effect. If you missed hearing it live, you can check out my interview towards the last 10 minutes of this clip. I also appeared on KSRO's morning news program on Oct. 15; I wish it was archived online. Still, it was a fun interview. 

Today, I have a new piece up on PopMatters celebrating Fields of the Nephilim's self-titled "brown album" on its 25th birthday. In it, I interview some unexpected musicians who were inspired by the band and this album, including Watain, Horseback and Katatonia. 

Also, earlier this month, I published a new piece with Poynter called "6 tips for reporters tracking state legal cases." Check it out!