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Story Ideas From Wikipedia

Somewhat ironically, Wikipedia has become a good source of story ideas. Continue reading

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Bye, Bye, Bleacher Report

Back in 2013, I started my own Formula One blog as a way to keep my writing skills sharp and as an outlet for my opinions on the sport (my wife humours me, but I really don’t think she wants … Continue reading

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Q&A With Luciano DiNardo, Author of ‘The Angel’s Kissing Spring’

In my final year of high school, Luciano DiNardo taught my English Writer’s Craft class. I have many fond memories from the course, where I learned a ton about writing (and life). It was also in that class—in 2002—that I first … Continue reading

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A Bit of Background to My American Pharoah at Saratoga Story

With Triple Crown winner American Pharoah set to run in the Travers Stakes, I was in Saratoga Springs, NY last weekend to cover the atmosphere for VICE Sports. Continue reading

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Some Background on Jim Clark’s Last Race

Yesterday, I published my first longform feature for Bleacher Report. It is the story of 1963 and 1965 world champion Jim Clark’s final Formula One race. Continue reading

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If You Write It, Will They Come?

I think this is a universal feeling for writers: You write something you are really happy with—really proud of—and then no one reads it. No one shares it. No one talks about it. You try to tweet it out to a few strategic people, but it doesn’t get any traction, and you don’t really know why. Continue reading

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