1) “The Cell Phone Revolution.” Cover story for American Heritage’s Invention and Technology. An American focused story on the history of cell phones. It’s highly compressed to make it quicker to download. Still around 4 megs: http://wp.me/a3XN10-6c
2) “Mobile Telephone History.” Telektronikk. (Journal of Norway’s telephone system.) A comprehensive, world-wide treatment of mobile telephone history.
3) “Gold: From Panning to High-Tech Mining.” Another article for American Heritage’s Invention and Technology. This is a huge file (18 megs!) but beautifully illustrated.
4.) Sierra Heritage article on the beginnings of U.S. Highway 50. The publication has posted only part of the article. (external link)
5.) Rock&Gem Magazine (external link) published in January 2016 my 2,800 word article, “A Nevada Turquoise Adventure.” The article is not publicly available, but see this page (internal link) for more information.
6.) Rock&Gem published my “Goldfield Gems” article in their May, 2016 issue. (internal link)
7.) Another article, this time on Garnet Hill, appeared in August. (internal link)
8.) In March, 2017, Rock&Gem published my article “The Meaning of Mariposite.” Background is here. (internal link)
9). In April, 2017, Rock&Gem published my article about Quartzsite, Arizona. Background is here. (internal link).
I’ve also been published in the noncommercial world of the literary magazine. The Temenos Journal recently published my first creative nonfiction essay, “Describing The Elephant.”
In the September/October issue of Outdoor California, two of my articles will appear. The first is called High Water Legacy and the second is called A Bypass By Any Other Name. These articles are about the Yolo Causeway Wildlife Area near Sacramento, CA. There is no online presence for this hardcopy magazine.
I’ve recently been writing articles for the West Sacramento News-Ledger (external link). I’ve put the articles up at this site, along with additional photographs. All links are internal.
These are older articles I wrote for the Ledger: