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FOOD

Zero-waste bloggers: the millennials who can fit a year’s worth of trash in a jar – The Guardian, 4/23/16

Can Thrive Market be a Kinder, Gentler Amazon for Organic Food? – Civil Eats, 12/18/15

Sonoma County bay nuts may be the chocolate of the future – The Press Democrat, 12/18/15

California Wants to Help Low-Income Residents Buy More Fresh Produce – Civil Eats, November 2015

Hip Chick Farms and the Quest for Ethical Frozen Foods – Made Local Magazine, Sept/Oct. 2015

Josephine Wants to Bring the Sharing Economy to Your Kitchen – Civil Eats, 8/10/15

From Soup to Fries: Amy’s Joins the “Clean” Fast Food Club – Civil Eats, 5/26/15

‘Alternative Protein’ Could Make Up One Third of Protein Market by 2050 – Civil Eats, 4/28/15

Can the Country’s First Junk Food Tax Reduce Obesity and Diabetes on the Navajo Nation? – See more at: http://civileats.com/2015/03/25/can-the-countrys-first-junk-food-tax-reduce-obesity-and-diabetes-on-the-navajo-nation/#sthash.UeMNPoXK.dpuf

Can the Country’s First Junk Food Tax Reduce Obesity and Diabetes on the Navajo Nation? – See more at: http://civileats.com/2015/03/25/can-the-countrys-first-junk-food-tax-reduce-obesity-and-diabetes-on-the-navajo-nation/#sthash.UeMNPoXK.dpuf

Can the Country’s First Junk Food Tax Reduce Obesity and Diabetes on the Navajo Nation? – See more at: http://civileats.com/2015/03/25/can-the-countrys-first-junk-food-tax-reduce-obesity-and-diabetes-on-the-navajo-nation/#sthash.UeMNPoXK.dpuf

How Much Arsenic is in Your Rice? – Time Magazine.com/Civil Eats, 11/18/2014

The Navajo Nation Will Soon Have the Country’s First-Ever Junk Food Tax – Mother Jones, 3/25/15

AGRICULTURE

The Slow Flower Movement Takes Seed in the North Bay – Made Local Magazine, July/Aug. 2015

Sonoma County Indigo growers colors aim for local soil-to-skin clothing – Made Local Magazine, July/Aug. 2015

Climate Change Could Devastate Midwest Agriculture by Century’s End – Civil Eats, 3/9/15

A food forest grows at Chickweed Patch in Petaluma – Made Local Magazine, May/June 2015

Growing Organic Cereal from the Ground Up: Nature’s Path is going against the grain by investing in organic farmland – Civil Eats, 1/28/15

Grain Gain: Will a local heritage grain movement save us from ourselves?  – Made Local Magazine, 9/1/2014

How a Tiny Farm County Became Ground Zero in California’s Fracking Fight – Civil Eats, 10/29/14

PROFILES

Cheryl Strayed lived on the edge, wrote it all down—and then Oprah came calling 

Rebecca Solnit pulls together life’s loose threads in ‘The Faraway Nearby’

Lloyd Kahn documents wildly creative, sustainable living spaces 

The Simple Life: Bea Johnson ditched the SUV, sold her stuff and famously lives with almost zero waste. So why do critics try to rip her efforts apart

THE SPINE (KQED Book Column)

New Fiction Takes Bleak Look at Inequity in San Francisco

Ablaze with Care: Maggie Nelson on her New Book, ‘The Argonauts’

How Amber Tamblyn Survived Creative Death and Lived to Tell the Tale

Michelle Tea’s Bumpy backroad to adulthood

Body Talk: Miranda July’s Unsettling, Dirty, and Triumphant New Novel

Robots Can Only Get You So Far: ‘Spare Parts’ and the American Dream

ESSAYS and CREATIVE NONFICTION

Like Elsa, The Rumpus, November 2014

The Roomate Revolution: Why Living Alone is Overrated, Yes Magazine (originally published on Shareable.net), September 2011

Leave Me Now, Fwriction: Review, November 2012

ANTHOLOGY

“Fear in the Heart of Golden Hill,” Sunshine/Noir: Writings from San Diego & Tijuana, City Works Press,