Over the course of my career, I have written for an almost puzzling array of magazines and newspapers, from Reader’s Digest International to Bloomberg Business Week, Canadian Geographic Traveler to the New York Times. That is the lot of the independent journalist — to wander and pitch all over the place without every really being associated with a “platform” or “brand.”

Here, for lack of an archive, are some of the most recent, and/or those of which I’m most proud:

“Phobias: Things to Fear and Loathe” in the New York Times

“Not a Land to be Mastered”¬†from Hazlitt magazine

The Danger of Putting Youth on Anti-Depressants” from the Walrus

“Why Do We See Dead People?” from the Walrus

“History: the Customer Reviews” from the New Yorker