Other Works

Porch Pride
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Fun in the Florida Sun

(Florida Farm & Family—Summer 2021)

Porch Pride
– Article – 

Porch Pride

(Wiregrass—Summer 2021)

The People Grower
– Article – 

Summer Camp Season

(Florida Farm & Family—Summer 2021)

A Call to Cattle
– Article – 

A Call to Cattle

(Wiregrass—Summer 2021)

They've Got the Blues
– Cover Story – 

They’ve Got the Blues

(North Carolina Field & Family—Spring 2021)

The People Grower
– Article – 

The Fight in a Farm-Her

(Wiregrass—Summer 2021)

Neighbors Helping Neighbors
– Article – 

Rural Rise

(Wiregrass—Summer 2021)

All Hands On Dirt
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All Hands On Dirt

(Wiregrass Cover Story—Spring 2021)

The People Grower
– Article – 

The People Grower

(Wiregrass—Spring 2021)

Neighbors Helping Neighbors
– Article – 

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

(Enchanted—2021 Edition)

Found: Space to Breathe
– Article – 

Found: Space to Breathe

(Wiregrass—Spring 2021)

Delights of the Vine
– Article – 

Delights of the Vine

(Wiregrass—Spring 2021)

Wiregrass Fall 2020
– Cover Story – 

Something to Quack About

(My Indiana Home Cover Story—Spring 2021)

Wiregrass Summer 2020
– Article – 

The Plea for Pumps

(Mississippi Agriculture—2021 Edition)

– Article – 

What’s the Catch?

(Fresh from Florida—2021 Edition)

Wiregrass Summer 2020
– Article – 

2020 Report: Land Ownership Prevails (Again)

(Summer 2020)

– Cover Story – 

The Glory of a
Field Trial Dog

(Spring 2020)

– Cover Story – 

Building More Beef Believers With Grass Fed

(Winter 2019)

– Cover Story – 

The Heart and Soul of
a Hunter

(Fall 2019)

– Cover Story – 

Duck Memories
Unlimited

(Winter 2018)

– Cover Story – 

What Keeps the Red Hills Region Sustainable

(Fall 2018)

– Cover Story – 

Time to Train: Get Your Gundog Ready 

(Summer 2018)

Article: Tosca Literary Magazine, “My Year with Marie” (October 2013)

Article: Sheriff Magazine (April 2011)

Interviews & Guest Blogging:

Brevity: Find Your Question
Over Starbucks green tea, author Leslie Rubinkowski and I were talking about the merits of admitting how long you’ve been a writer of the relatively youngish genre of Creative Nonfiction. A fact generally used for building credibility can make you feel so old.

Shelf Awareness Book Brahmin
Oh, the questions they ask authors. From “on your nightstand now” to “the book you hid from your parents.” And this: “the book you’ve faked reading.” It’s what I get for spending my life telling other people’s true stories.

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