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Busy Times Call for Busy Journalism

I've had a few new stories published this year already, some of which have been a few months in the making. The first, and biggest, is a look at diversity initiatives at Google and how well they are -- or aren't -- working. You can read it over at Fast Company

I also recently attended some of the 40-hour training that San Francisco Police Officers receive in crisis intervention and de-escalation techniques. You can read about it in the SF Weekly. And, in light of new research showing that the Fruitvale district in Oakland has higher levels of lead toxicity in kids than Flint, Michigan, I wrote about a stalled court case that would provide money to decontaminate the city. 


New articles & Many Rivers audio

For those of you who missed my reading in June at Many Rivers in Sebastopol, California, you can now listen to the audio file from the event. I read from my chapter on paganism, to fit the bookstore's theme, and we also had a good discussion afterward. Check it out here

This week, I published a piece in the East Bay Express about Alameda Superior Court's new online document access fees, and the constitutional concerns they're raising for attorneys who represent indigent clients, as well as for journalists. That's online here

I've also recently written a couple new things for Invisible Oranges, including a review of the new Eluveitie album, Origins, which came out earlier this month, and an interview with Solstafir's Aðalbjörn Tryggvason about their new album, Ótta, which comes out Sept. 2.