To report this real-life drama of two Norwegian adventurers attacked by a polar bear, I met with them in Oslo, Norway and also interviewed their rescuers in Longyearbyen, north of the Arctic Circle. Click here for full article
This article on a most remarkable woman has run internationally and can be read here. (Carmen has recently had some serious medical issues. For more information and if you wish to donate to help her defray new medical/living expenses, click here.)
Of all the people I have profiled there are a select few I would class as "heroes." Bridgebuilder Toni Ruttimann is at the very top of that list. After traveling through Cambodia and Laos with him and seeing him in action, I now know what the real meaning of "hero" is. Click here for full article and here for a follow-up article
To report this profile of Anthony Hopkins, I spent a day
with him in London, walking through the city, having lunch, and visiting his
Knightsbridge home. A month later I spent another day with him in his native Wales. Click here for the full article
I traveled aboard one of the world's largest container ships as it entered the port of Rotterdam to report this story on a Maersk EEE. The story is running now in Reader's Digest's international editions. Clickherefor the article.
French version here.
Do you know the writings
of Vermont-based writer,
Archer Mayor? If you don't,
you are in for a treat.
And, as I hope my recent profile of him in Writer's Digest
Magazine will show,
he is as engaging in person
as he is on the page.
To write this profile of former Major League pitcher Bill Lee, I interviewed him at his Craftsbury, Vermont home and watched him pitch in several Vermont Senior League games (He won both.)
Click here for the article and here for an article about the awards it received.
I spent five days in Copenhagen, including riding around the city with its Lord Mayor, to report this story on Denmark's capital city. Clickhere for full article and herefor radio interview (8/29/2015, 11:20) on my article.
Online version here
I visited Google's Silicon Valley headquarters for four days to produce this exclusive report on "what makes Google click." It is scheduled to run in all of Reader's Digest's 40-some international editions, in 25 languages. Click here for full article.
This is a 10,000 word article on the current state of affairs in North Korea, which I wrote for Congressional Quarterly Press. Click here for more information. Copright CQ Press 2011, reprinted with permission
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