Washingtonian Writings

Hello there, dear readers. Apologies for not posting in some time. I’ll post a longer update when I’m lucid — it’s 1:27 a.m. and I’m knee-deep in my second viewing of Spotlight — but I wanted to link to a few of my favorite pieces I’ve written for Washingtonian thus far. Longform is tough stuff, but I’m lucky to work for and alongside some terrific editors and writers. I’m 23 years old and get to publish 5,000-word pieces in a thick, glossy magazine. I mean, what the heck, right? Was anyone ever so lucky?

The Billionaire and the Flood: How a Tragedy Transformed the Greenbrier Resort and the Blue-Collar Town that Depended on It

How the Obamas Changed Washington

I Was a Teenage Ann Coulter Fangirl!

Eric Cantor: “If You’ve Got That Anger Working for You, You’re Gonna Let It Be”

Is Katrina Pierson Actually Doing Anything?

Mary Katharine Ham Is Not Here to Entertain You

Roll Call Was Once Capitol Hill’s Newspaper of Record. What Happened?

Jason Chaffetz Has Been Telling House Republicans He Will Join Fox News

Where in the World is Jim DeMint?

We Searched for Soft Sensuality at the Inaugural Balls

The Definitive DC Guide to Pokemon Go

Why Is the FLOTUS Instagram Account So Bad?