Writing has appeared in ARCHITECT, The Atlantic's CityLab, Belt Magazine, Chicago Architect, Icon, Metropolis, Newcity, New Geography and Streetsblog, among others. Noted by The Atlantic Online, National Review, The Pittsburgh Post Gazette, and Pop City Media.
A few select pieces:
"Renewal’s Toll on Newburgh" - ARCHITECT
"Renewing Kingston for the Second Time" - ARCHITECT
"The Problem with Poughkeepsie" - ARCHITECT
"The New, Improved Rust Belt?" - New Geography
"Pittsburgh, and the Magic of Failure" - Gapers Block
Buy Dispatches from the Rust Belt, direct from Belt Publishing, featuring the essay "This Ain't City Chicken: The Geography of Authenticity."
"See/Hear: Seeking the Urban Authentic in Chicago's Pilsen, A 'Mexican Neighborhood Without the Mexicans'" - M.A. Thesis, UIC Department of Communication
Reiham Salam on the "Magic of Failure" - National Review
"Regulatory Break for Mixed-Use Projects" - New York Times
Press on academic paper "Car as Smartphone: Effects on Built Environment and Sociality":
"Are Smart Phones Changing the Geography of Cities?" - Jarrett Walker, Human Transit
"How Does Communications Technology Reshape Cities?" - Streetsblog