Sailing & Maritime History
First prize winner, "Special Places" contest, SisterShip Press
Author of column on lighthouses and maritime history for 48° North (2021-present).
"Back to Baja," Sailing Magazine (July 2022).
"Sentimental Journey: A Family Rediscovers its Boating Roots on the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta," BoatUS (April/May 2022).
"Preserving Maritime Heritage in the Salish Sea," Cruising World (April 2021).
First Prize, "Special Places" Writing Contest, SisterShip Press - "An Island Called Hope." Appeared in SisterShip Magazine (January/February 2021).
"Five Easy Places: Island Gems of the South Sound," 48° North (July 2020).
"Sailing Into a Pandemic," Sailing Magazine (June 2020).
"Where the Birds Are," Cruising World (March 2020).
“The Anxious Mariner” appeared in the book Facing Fear Head On: True Stories from Women on the Water (e-publication and print): https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07HFTQ7JM?pf_rd_p=d1f45e03-8b73-4c9a-9beb-4819111bef9a&pf_rd_r=1QSP6XGEK23RAA7DSY5J (2019)
"The Volunteer Experience - Toliva Shoal Race." Pacific Yachting (September/October 2008).
"Mermaids, the Pacific Fisherman, and the 'Romance of Salmon.'" Environmental History 10 (July 2005):532-537.
"Cruising with Friends in the South Sound." 48° North (March 2005).
“Sport Fishing on the Columbia River.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly (Winter 1995‑1996):5‑15.
“Salmon, Science, and Politics: Writing History for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.” The Public Historian (Fall 1995):17‑28.
My essay "The Anxious Mariner" appears in this anthology, part of the Women on the Water series.
When I set sail in Mexico with my family in early 2020, we never expected to emerge onshore in a pandemic (Sailing Magazine, June 2020).