I’m James. I’m a freelance writer in Fort Worth, Texas covering art, design, architecture, politics, primarily in Texas.
My work appears locally and nationally, including in Arts and Culture Texas, D Magazine, Fort Worth Weekly, Next City, CityLab, Texas Jewish Post, Jewish News Syndicate, INTO (which has since closed), the Huffington Post, Generation Progress (formerly Campus Progress), Star Trek and Counterpunch.org.
Other contract gigs include serving as the Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide’s web editor, the newsletter for Quorum Report, Texas’ largest political newsletter and the book reviews section editor for New Clear Vision, which was affiliated with the academic Peace and Justice Studies Association.
Previously, I was a Dallas Voice staff writer and calendar editor. I was also an assistant editor and reporter for Truthout.org.
Current clients outside of journalism include the Design-Build Institute of America – Southwest Region, Texas Impact, Mount Holyoke College, campaigns, law firms and individuals.
I also edited The Happy Hypersexual, a book about chronic masturbation and sexuality.
I live in what Apartment Therapy would describe as “an eclectic, art-filled home” with my Chow Chow Terrier mix Bono.
Contact me at james(dot)journo(at)gmail(dot)com.