I have written hundreds of articles and high-end communications assets over the years. My work has appeared in peer-reviewed journals, local and national publications, and the websites of governmental, academic, and legal organizations. Below you can find a small sample of my work.
Law Firm Practice Area Description: Energy Innovation
This practice area description was for written for a multi-national client in the legal sector who wanted to promote their Energy Innovation services in Canada.
Defixiones and the Temple Locus: The Power of Place in the Curse Tablets at Mainz
This academic article was published in the rigorously peer-reviewed journal Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft, published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.
Edward J. Watts, The Final Pagan Generation (University of California Press, 2015)
This book review was published by the esteemed peer-reviewed journal, The Journal of Late Antiquity, published by Johns Hopkins University Press.
The following are a few of the articles I published in View Magazine (Hamilton), Echo (Kitchener-Waterloo), Pulse (Niagara Region), and Inside Entertainment (national).
Prime Minister Harper Declares War on Women
Article on budget cuts to Status of Women Canada.
(October 26, 2006)
Parliament Asks What Happened to Kyoto?
Feature story on Bill C-288 and Canada’s Kyoto Protocol commitments.
(November 16, 2006)
View Goes One-On-One with the Guy in Hamilton’s Top Job
Interview with Hamilton Mayor Fred Eisenberger.
(December 14, 2006)
The Answer is Blowin’ in the Wind
Cover story on wind power.
(April 27, 2007)
The Art-Rock Diva
A feature article/interview with award-winning artist PJ Harvey for Inside Entertainment.
A critical look at bio-fuels.
(March 20, 2008)
Light Rail Should Live On
Cover story on light rail transit.
(August 21, 2008)
The Luckiest Dude on TV: Daytime’s Hottest Star Drives Nighttime’s Hottest Car
A feature article/interview for Inside Entertainment with actor Justin Bruening, star of the 2008 Knight Rider re-boot.
The Conservatives Ride On
Cover story on the failed Liberal-NDP coalition.
(February 19, 2009)