I write about things as varied as pop culture, capitalism, politics, fashion, film, music, literature, writing, and grief.
A piece for Mel Magazine about navigating my first Father's Day after losing my little girl.
An evergreen open letter for Memorial Day or any other time you're sad.
Some evergreen advice for new creative writing majors who want to make money with their words.
In the Fall of 2014, Indiana's Nevin Ashley received his Major League Baseball call-up, courtesy of the Milwaukee Brewers. I wrote about my classmate and holding onto dreams.
An obituary written for a childhood friend. Picked up by Extra Newsfeed after it was written.
In 2010, Evansville, Indiana's News4U Magazine asked me to interview a woman who planned to swim the length of the Ohio River.
Written shortly after the death of my daughter, I tried to publicly navigate the hard decisions that were suddenly necessary.
On thinking about the Resurrection and being a little jealous of God.
An examination of my own experiences with the brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon as a college student at the University of Evansville.
A how-to guide for spending your summer cheaply transforming your drab basement into a pleasant home office.
In 2010, I was asked to interview a member of a roller derby team about their organization and practices.
When a GOP Congressman said good health was an issue of morality, I invited him to my house to discuss.
Written as part of a short-lived parenting blog, this piece tells the story of how my wife lay in a hospital bed for five days trying to keep from giving birth.