My Work

RADIO

“Too Soon?” This American Life

(aired August 15, 2015, the story about Sophie is in Act Two)

“Educated Guess,” This American Life

(aired June 27, 2008, the story I wrote about Sophie is in Act Three)

“The Pill,” KJZZ, Phoenix NPR affiliate

(aired March 21, 2016)

KJZZ commentaries, archives 

PRINT/ONLINE

“Eleven, With Down Syndrome, and Still a Santa-Loving Little Girl. Maybe” — Motherlode (NYT parenting blog)

Lucky Day,” Brain, Child

“Bad Mom” column archives, www.austinmama.com

In Response to the Tucson Shootings:

“Arizona State of Mind” –Washington Post

“Branded” – Phoenix New Times

New York Times travel section:

36 Hours in Phoenix

Going to: Scottsdale

Taking a Swing Through Tucson…

Going to: Flagstaff

A Beach Town Dr. Seuss Might Prescribe

Phoenix New Times (my day job):

“The Lost Kids: A Three-Part Series about Kids and Mental Health” (part one: Saving Alex; part two: Losing Erica; part three: Suicidal Tendencies)

“Mommy Dearest”

“The Scarlet Letter”

“Phoenix Has An Inferiority Complex”

salon.com:

“A Boy Called Rover”

“The Secret Life of Dad”

“A Jew for Baby Jesus”

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My Heart Can't Even Believe It: A Story of Science, Love, and Down Syndrome is available from Amazon and 
Changing Hands Bookstore
. For information about readings and other events, click here.
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