This 2014 Locus Award Finalist is the true story of Ray Palmer, the science fiction editor who jumpstarted the flying saucer craze and early interest in the paranormal.
A critically acclaimed historical study of the overlap between performers of stage magic and purveyors of scientific wonders.
Co-Editor of volumes 20-21, World History Encyclopedia
, eds. Alfred J. Andrea and Carolyn Neel, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2011.
Camille Flammarion, a forerunner of Jules Verne, was an astronomer, balloonist, and science fiction visionary who dazzled the world. June 2016 article in Astronomy
Biographical essay in Imponderable
, the exhibition catalog for Tony Oursler's July, 2015 show at Luma Arles, published in English with French translation.
Santa Barbara's sunshine has long provided a perfect setting for noir fiction. December 2015, Santa Barbara Seasons magazine.
June 17, 2014 essay in Vanity Fair
Fall, 2014 article in Santa Barbara Seasons
Before reality tv, there was "Candid Microphone," Allen Funt's postwar radio broadcasts. This article served as background for the October 6, 2015 NPR Radiolab episode, "Smile My Ass."