|Editing & Publishing
I have been editing since high school and almost chose
it as career. When I finally put it behind me formally, I still enjoy
taking opportunities to create a new voice in the wilderness. Here are
the publications I have edited in one form or another.
I edited Cosmopathy, the bimonthly newsletter of the Worldview Change Project to document the progress of my latest project. I ended the newsletter to work on Querencia Intentional Community.
Aside from writing many articles, I served as associate editor for Legacy, the magazine of the National Association of Interpretation. I wrote one cover story.
TRI News, 1995-97
At Yale, I edited TRI News (now Tropical Resources), helping masters and doctoral students prepare articles based on their research for publication.
At Yale, I created Jokeline, a weekly humor publication that linked random internet jokes to big topics in the news that week. It was distributed to friends and family and solicited them for contributions to the Jokeline.
Sense of Place, 1989-1992
At Dartmouth I founded, Sense of Place, the worlds first electronic formatted magazine distributed across a network.The publication was covered by The New York Times, Voice of America, and other conventional media. See computing for more details. Several years later a new student environmental publication incarnated in Sense of Place’s tradition, The Green Magazine.
Greenpeace Magazine, 1991
I interned at Greenpeace Magazine in Washington, D.C. and also freelanced. 1991.
Beyond the Green, 1991-92
I co-founded Beyond the Green
, the newsletter of the Dartmouth Environmental Network.
Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, 1990-92
Due to the success in this endeavor then editor of the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine invited me to intern at the DAM for the next three years. I learned about all aspects of magazine editing and contributed a cover story while I was there. See then editor Jay Heinrich’s recommendation for me.
While at the Alumni Magazine, I interned one summer for Oceanus, the magazine of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, co-authoring a series of stories about the German Battleship Bismarck. Then editor of National Geographic, who was simultaneously covering the story because Woods Hole scientist, Robert Ballard, had just discovered it, sent us a letter at the end of the summer complimenting our speed and historical interest.
At Dartmouth I was the production manager of the literary magazine, Stonefence Review.
I was founder of my high school literary magazine, PG-13.
I was editor of my high school newspaper, The Fox.