I am a writer with articles featured in sources both online and in print, including The Washington Post, Upworthy, NPR, Aleteia For Her , Thrillist, Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Day, Town and Country, AOL MapQuest, Redbook, Scary Mommy, All Day Media, xojane and The Huffington Post. I am the featured contributor for Detroit in the US News and World Report’s 100 Best Cities To Live and am excited to expand my professional portfolio to include advocacy related articles for Autism Speaks.org.
I have an education in English, with a focus in Creative Writing. I write on a wide variety of topics, reported and otherwise. Detroit is, and always will be, my home. It’s a fabulous time to be a food writer in the Motor City!
I love to write articles that are of relevance to millenials, foodies, women, mothers, and families, with a literary arc. I have a nerdy penchant for stories about history, with a focus on historical medical, food, cultural and bookish events.
I have a well maintained blog, established in 2012. Several posts have reached “viral” status, garnering over 1 million views, including this one: Fat Girl In A Green Bathing Suit and this one: I Am The Prettiest Wife In The World. I have several collections of poetry published in print, some of which can be found here: Chances Are , Five Magazine and Lyceum (Fall 2012, Winter 2012, Fall 2013, Winter 2013, 2014).
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Thank you so much!
The Cocktail King of Cuba: The Man Who Invented Hemingway’s Favorite Daiquiri
Eat Now or Forever Hold Your Piece: The Layered History of Wedding Cake
Duncan Hines: The Original Road Warrior Who Reshaped Restaurant History
Move Over, St.Patrick: St. Joseph’s Feast Is When Italians Parade
Frankie’s Older Brother Doesn’t Talk: The Struggles of Siblings of Autistic Children
A Sip of History: The Hidden Wine Cellars Under the Brooklyn Bridge
Detroit Returns To It’s Prohibition-Era Whiskeytown Roots, and Gets New Life
It Was The Best of Fries, It Was The Worst of Fries: Charles Dickens, Food Scribe
The Washington Post: Raising a Teenage Wonder
How a Destitute Parisian Boy Became The First Celebrity Chef
Ernest Hemingway and Me: Reflections of an Insomniac Writer
Dining at The Morrie
Autism Speaks: Reaching My Son With Autism Through Music
Detroit’s Legitimately Great Vegetarian Restaurants
Everything You Need To Know To Rock A Move To Detroit
The Grand Unfinished Task of Chronicling How America Eats
Katie Ledecky: Rising above the noise
The Washington Post Soloish: My Husband and I were nearly friendless—and I got desperate
Upworthy: What I’m Learning About Raising A Child Through All Of Their “Firsts”
The Simple Reason Why I Apologize To My Kids
The Best Nicole
The Huffington Post: I Am The Prettiest Wife In The World
Eastern Michigan’s Underrated Craft Breweries
Trust God, yourself and the grind: An exclusive interview with Olympian Paige McPherson