November-February Articles

Updates!!

Long time no see, I’m bringing this newsletter back. Some updates, I’m still an editorial assistant at Narratively and a staff writer at The Tempest. I’m newly a paid editorial fellow at The Mighty (first non-school place to take me in back in the fall of 2018). I had something happen unexpectedly in mid-November which caused me to pause some writing stuff, but I’m getting back into it. Here’s my work from most recent to oldest. I’m also graduating somewhat soon eep. I’m only including paid work in this newsletter :)

The Mighty: 5 Things You Should Know About Spinal Muscular Atrophy

Rooted in Rights: Come As You Are

Narratively: How This Narratively Contributor Turned His Investigative Reporting Into a Novel

Alma: Please Stop Expecting Jewish Students to Have an Opinion on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

JWA: Is Tik Tok "Bad for the Jews"?

Narratively: The Pope Who Wrote an Erotic Novel

The Tempest: 20 thoughts every transfer student can vibe with

J-Source: Canadian media needs to take further steps in recognizing diverse preferences in disability language

The Tempest: This is why Julián Castro’s disability plan gets it right

The Tempest: Online chronic illness support groups can be taxing – but I need mine

November stories

Happy December!

I’m going to do a thing where I’m not going to try and make a reason for why I haven’t been able to pitch/write as much (I’m hard on myself), but what I’m going to say is this month has given me *plenty* of writing ideas.

J-Source: Canadian media needs to take further steps in recognizing diverse preferences in disability language (also applies to American media!)

The Tempest: This is why Julián Castro’s disability plan gets it right

Still feeling cool that Julian Castro retweeted this

The Tempest: Online chronic illness support groups can be taxing – but I need mine

Narratively newsletter: Hidden History of the Death Penalty

October work!!

Sorry for the lateness!

August highlights

Switzerland, accommodations, and books

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