I'm a twenty-three-year-old freelance writer with a B.A. in Mass Communications from Emory & Henry college.
My work has appeared in The Weekly Standard, American Consequences, The Torrey Gazette, The Whitetopper, and Summit Ministries' blog, covering topics as varied as popular culture, entertainment, faith, politics, and literature. I was a news editor for The Whitetopper for one year, a position which involved managing and recruiting reporters, assigning and copy-editing articles, and laying out and designing the paper every week.
You're here for one of two reasons (probably). Either you've been reading the cultural commentary, or the British detectives stuff. As you can imagine, the two topics don't always mesh tremendously well, but happily, you can filter through them by following my Tumblr or Facebook page Murder! 'Orrible Murder! for the detectives, and my Facebook page for the cultural commentary.
I am prone to wax (or wane) eloquent on British detective shows, Doctor Who, the State Of The World, theology, politics, or a dozen other things. To spare people in real life having to endure this, I inflict it upon the internet.
I do spend a lot of time on Twitter, so follow me there, or go like Longish on Facebook.