“We picked a path through near-vegetative waste – plastic bags, useless bits of wood, the requisite tires – and the cautious tickticktick of our freewheels sent up new sound into old silence.“ For The Fuschia Tree.
For Vermont Public Radio. Theodore Roosevelt returns to the town of Barre to reprise a 1912 campaign stump speech. Turns out Green Mountain voters are more supportive of him today than they were 100 years ago.
For Vermont Public Radio. A bi-national same-sex couple in Dummerston has been given a reprieve on the deportation of one spouse, but advocates say it’s only a temporary victory.
For the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript. While working as a staff reporter for this New Hampshire community newspaper, I reported and photographed a three-part series on the role of technology in public, private and homeschool education. I visited Highbridge Hill Elementary School in New Ipswich and the Pine Hill Waldorf School in Wilton, and spoke with a homeschooling family in Peterborough. The series took second place in education reporting at the 2012 New Hampshire Press Association Best Media Contest. Due to website changes […]
For NPR’s Weekend Edition Saturday. Family heirlooms take all shapes — a pocket watch, a painting. For Robin MacArthur and her husband Tyler Gibbons, who form the indi-folk duo Red Heart the Ticker, the inheritance consists of an old house in the woods, and lots and lots of songs.