I write nonfiction and memoir exploring neurobiology, human behavior in the social environment, communications technology, public policy and politics, and systems of interwoven private, nonprofit, and governmental institutions. I am currently working on some essays I plan to publish soon.

In 2011 I wrote “Chat History” about the experience of remembering my relationship with my romantic partner Clark Sabine, who died of melanoma in 2009, by reading records of our Gchat conversations. “Chat History” was published in GOOD Magazine and has received positive and meaningful attention.

I’m now writing a memoir that includes more details about my life with Clark and after his death, and examines grief, love, memory, and the Internet, which today incorporates the knowledge I’ve encountered through my professional and personal experiences since Clark died. I aim to complete a manuscript in 2022.