Starting in the fall of 2018, I began writing for The New Journal, a long form, creative nonfiction magazine about Yale and New Haven. I served as Editor-in-Chief from 2020-2021.
THE PALACE WITHIN
A personal essay (re: my baby palace, Chinese medicine, and growing up).
THEY TELL YOU HOW TO DIE
In Connecticut, death doulas aim to ease the transition to the other side.
THE COP’S CONTRACT
A Hamden police officer faces rare criminal proceedings for shooting two unarmed civilians. His case reveals just how hard it is to hold the police accountable.
PIKE’S PATTERN OF NEGLECT
Student tenants claim that Pike International, one of New Haven’s biggest real-estate developers, has failed to maintain their homes.
A HARD PILL TO SWALLOW
Science research at Yale is funded by the family responsible for the opioid crisis. Faculty members don’t seem to care.
VOLUME 53, NO 4: REOPENING, RESTRICTED
VOLUME 53, NO 1: ART IN CRISIS