Portfolio

SELECTED WORK…

ESSAYS

The Dog, the Squirrel and the Moment of Brilliance, The New York Times, Sunday Review, 10/14 http://http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/10/11/the-dog-the-squirrel-and-the-moment-of-brilliance/

The Value of a Life, Though Toxic and Tiny, The New York Times, Sunday Review, 3/14 http://http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/03/26/the-value-of-a-life-though-toxic-and-tiny/

The Power of Light, The New York Times, Sunday Review, 4/15 http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/04/13/the-power-of-light/

Memories of a Father in a Daughter’s House, The New York Times, 3/10 Click here

First Person: Moving On, This Old House Magazine, 1/17 Click here

Trapped in Texas, The New York Post, 12/17 Click here

A Northerner Gets the Wind Knocked Out of Her, Creators Syndicate Click here

Pulitzer-nominated collection:  Click here

What Not To Wear After The Divorce, Salon.com 3/12 Click here

Adventures of My Teenage Mother, wowowow.com, 8/09 Click here

The Tao of Tiny, Southwest Magazine Click here

The Great Escape, The Huffington Post, 6/11 Click here

Mixing It Up In The Bible Belt, The Huffington Post, 2/23/12  Click here

It’s Better to be Raised by a Single Mom, Slate, 1/3/2013 Click here

Doctor’s Daughter, Amazon Kindle https://www.amazon.com/Doctors-Daughter-Pamela-Kripke-ebook/dp/B00DPKRN20

The Price of Gold, mamapedia.com, 7/10 Click here

Dreaming of Laura, D Magazine, 4/09 Click Here

 

FEATURES

Does Your Doorman Have a Hidden Talent?, The New York Times, 10/23/2016  Click Here

Once and Always a New Yorker, The New York Times, 6/26/2016 Click Here

Living In Bay Ridge, The New York Times, 4/10/2016  Click here

Living In New Rochelle, The New York Times, 5/18/2016  Click here

The Unlikely Artist, D Magazine, 3/09 Click here

Family Love, This Old House Magazine, 10/1/2016  Click here

A World Away, Finding a Lifeline and a Friend, The New York Times, 11/08 Click here

The Tree Whisperer, D Magazine, 4/08 Click here

Clear Channeling, Modern Luxury Magazine, Fall 07 Click here

Jacques Lamy, Artist, D Magazine, 2/08 Click here

Artists in Residence, D Home Magazine, 7/06 Click here

A Seller of Gryphon Grotesquerie, PaperCity Magazine, 12/2013 Click Here

Lunch With Laura, D Magazine, 4/09 Click here

Lawyer For A Day, D Magazine, 8/07 Click here

B-School of Hard Knocks, D CEO Magazine, 9/06 Click here

The Million Dollar Baby Question, D Magazine, 3/08 Click here

The Art of the Bowl, D CEO Magazine Click here

Why Celina, Texas, Tried to Buy Itself a Highway, D Magazine, 9/10 Click here

The Most Feared Woman in University Park, D Magazine, 9/10 Click here

Family Love Sustains Three Colonial-Era Homes in Newport, 11/16 Click here

Blood Work, D CEO Magazine, 12/06 Click here

Tutor Nation, D Magazine, 2/12 Click here

Meet Harvey Wiggins, the Little-Known Man Behind Dallas’ Greatest Medical Invention, D CEO Magazine, 10/09 Click here

The Reluctant Idol, D Magazine, 8/08 Click here

Why Was This Woman Murdered?, D Magazine, 12/08 Click here

Grandes Dames of Offbeat Design, Elle, 1988 Click here

How Fishing Wire Helps North Texas Jews Live in the Modern World, D Magazine, 1/11 Click here

Cuff Cakes, D Magazine, 11/10 Click here

Hard Lessons: What the Poorest Private School in the Nation can Teach Your Child’s Elementary School, D Magazine, 1/03 Click here

Shall We Dance? Fit Pregnancy Magazine Click here

The Power of Philanthropy, SMU Cox Today Magazine Click here

Welcome to Legoland, D Magazine, 6/11 Click here

How a Dallas Doctor Helped a 17 Year Old Girl Open Her Mouth, D Magazine, Click here

 

THE NEW YORK POST

The New Education Click here

Housing Collapse? Click here

House of Horrors Click here

Trapped in Texas Click here

Wallis Simpson Book Feature Click here

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2 thoughts on “Portfolio

  1. I’ve just read part 2 of ‘the greivance’. I’m searching for the next installment. Has it been written? What happened.

  2. Sorry. I should have said more. I really enjoy your writing. You’ve really shared your life and I’ve enjoyed reading about it. I’m not sure I’d be comfortable doing that.
    Thanks

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