I write content that creates thought leaders.
My industries of focus include law, human resources, SaaS, and insurtech/fintech. I specialize in finding the conversations no one is having – and ensuring my clients are first on the scene with smart, thoughtful contributions that advance industry dialogues.
I’ve been positioning my clients as thought leaders for ten years. I have degrees in English, law, and more English. Let’s talk.
- “The Life in The Simpsons Is No Longer Attainable,” The Atlantic, 29 Dec 2020.
- (Here’s the viral Twitter thread that started me thinking about this topic.)
- Here’s an interview on freelancing I gave to a Romanian publication.
- Here’s another interview, covering my first novel.
- “How Content Marketing Became a Weapon of Choice for the Far Right“
- “From Uncanny Valley to Friendly Neighbor: These 5 AIs are Surprisingly Lifelike”
- “How Anonymous, Wikileaks and Hacktivism Have Shaped Public Discourse”
- “Have Pop-Ups, Consent Forms and GDPR Ruined the Web?“
- “Can Slow Journalism Save Us From Hyper-Sensationalized Reporting?“
The Expert Institute
- “How to Avoid Accusations That Your Expert Witness Offered Legal Conclusions“
- “Cannabis Vaping Linked to Serious Lung Injuries – Is a Products Liability Suit Next?”
- Additional articles here
- Get Hired! (Haley Marketing recruiting tool)
- Indiana Auto Insurance (Nolo.com)
- Online Legal Library (Rottenstein Law Group)
- “What You Need to Know About Connecticut Divorce” series,, Freed Marcroft (following “Your Connecticut Divorce Options” download)
- Your Connecticut Divorce Options (Freed Marcroft – law firm)
- Key Medical Evidence Used to Win Personal Injury Case Settlements (Shapiro, Cooper, Lewis & Anderson – law firm)
- Spoon Knife 2: Test Chamber, ed. Dani Alexis Ryskamp and Sam Harvey (2017).
- Nantais (as Verity Reynolds), Book 1 of the Non-Compliant Space Trilogy (2017).
- “Stories of Autism: What the Rise in Books on Autism Tells Us About, Well, Autism.” Disability Studies Quarterly (2017).
- “Neurodiversity’s Lingua Franca?”: The Wild Iris, Autobiography of Red, and The Breakdown of Cognitive Barriers Through Poetic Language.” The Hilltop Review (2014).
- Shelf Awareness: Browse All (link opens at Shelf-Awareness.com)
- Kirkus Indie: How to Die in Paris, by Naturi Thomas (unpublished)