Off the Record

An interactive narrative produced in partnership with Study Hall and designed & coded by Mary Truong. This interactive story aims to provide a window into a week as a journalist of color. Names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales, and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. However,…

Editorial Work: Narratively

Work done sourcing pitches and editing stories for award-winning longform story platform Narratively, as Guest Editor, then Contributing Editor.

On Journalism

Compendium of articles written for HackPack.Press on the subject of journalism; trends, resources, tools, interviews and analysis.

There are 196 Sides to Every Story

“My generation was largely unemployed. We were pursuing extra degrees we couldn’t really afford or retreating to alcohol or drugs to numb the reality that the ‘careers’ section of the paper was blank. Our scant networks offered no opportunities, and endless resumes didn’t solicit so much as a rejection e-mail.” Read more at WorldPulse.

Brexit results underscore need for more balanced, vigilant journalism

“As journalists, it is easy to color our work with our views when swept up in the fury of crisis or turmoil. We often feel strongly about the issues we’re reporting, and can feel we’re performing a public service by writing what we believe is true, whether it’s that immigrants are leading to economic collapse…