At first he was just part of a story, one that I wrote about a bygone place in Atlanta called Riverbend. He was the man at the center of a revolution down by a lazy curve in the Chattahoochee: Riverbend, in the 1970s, was arguably the most infamous singles apartment complex in the short, debauched [...]
- Poetry major, long walker, parallel parking prodigy. I've written cover stories, features, essays and squibs for Outside, Men's Journal, The New York Times Magazine, The New Republic, The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, GQ, Rolling Stone, Details, Grantland and other seemingly solvent publications. I'm also Writer-at-Large at Atlanta Magazine, where my story "Final Exit" won the 2011 CRMA for Reporting. I live in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, with my pitbullish mutt, Miles. Seeking great stories.
"Fair Chase," Outside Magazine, May 2011 | .pdf
"The Believer," Atlanta Magazine, February 2011 | .pdf
"Above it All," Backpacker Magazine, August 2010 | .pdf
"Final Exit," Atlanta Magazine, March 2010 | .pdf "Mountain Men," Atlanta Magazine, September 2011 | .pdf
"Obama's In-Box," The New Yorker Magazine, July 28, 2008 | link | .pdf
"How It's Done," Outside's GO Magazine, June 2008 | link | .pdf