SELECTED WRITINGS.

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For CityLab:

Where Coyotes Are Thriving in Los Angeles – July 2015

Understanding Urban Coyotes, One Photo at a Time – April 2015

I Was a 1906 New York Tenement Inspector For a Night – March 2015

The Private Lives of L.A.’s Mountain Lions – March 2015

Chicago’s Gangster Past, Minus the Romance – January 2015

The Photography Book London Officials Never Wanted to See – September 2014

You Can Help Identify Chicago’s Wild Animals – September 2014

What If You Could Choose Between the Fastest Route and the Most Beautiful? – July 2014

What to Do When You Find a Wild Animal in Distress – June 2014

2014 Has Been a Brutal Year So Far for Urban Wildlife Rescuers – April 2014

Where to Cry in New York City – March 2014

Valentines for Urban Planning Nerds – February 2014

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For The Atlantic:

Death on the Internet: The Rise of Livestreaming Funerals

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For Motherboard/VICE:

The Labyrinthine World of Animal Genitals – May 2014

The Mathematical Reality of Reality: An Interview with Cosmologist Max TegmarkJanuary 2014

Another Whale Exploded: Some ThoughtsNovember 2013

A Tour of History’s Smart GraveyardsNovember 2013

The Physics of Doctor Who’s Space-Time Ship, Explained in an Actual Scientific PaperNovember 2013

All Things Not Weezer Was an Internet Paradise, and Then We Paved Over It September 2013

Isotype, the Proto-Infographic You Probably Didn’t Know ExistedSeptember 2013

Janelle Monáe is Looking Forward to the SingularityAugust 2013

“The Ghosts in Our Machine” Is a Raw, Decidedly Quiet Look at the Animal IndustryAugust 2013

A Brief Catalog of Weird Things Found Buried Under Cities – August 2013

You Are Invited to the Uncanney Valley: Catching Up with The Dismemberment PlanJuly 2013

The Wonder of Undo SendJuly 2013

For Better of Worse, the Internet Is Making Adoptions Less SecretJuly 2013

India Banned Dolphin Captivity on Moral GroundsJune 2013

Why Caskets Occasionally Explode June 2013

Book Armageddon is a Myth: Robin Sloan Loves Screens, Libraries, and Looking Back From the FutureApril 2013

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For LadyBits:

Of Squirrels and Men: How We Moved Squirrels Into Our CitiesDecember 2013 on the PopSci Blog Network

I Don’t Want to Be a MomOctober 2013 on Medium

How This 30-Year-Old Engineer Broke Into A Man’s World—With a ToySeptember 2013 on Refinery29

Why Women Reading Comics in Public Is Important August 2013 on Medium

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For Refinery29:

A Mystery Illness That Targets Women?October 2013