Interview with Pia Lindstrom
"Dorothy L. Sayers: An Appreciation"
MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS
LIFE, DEATH AND FORENSICS
It's splattered over vampire movies, TV shows and crime novels. But the bloody reality of guts and gore is even more fascinating than the fiction.
Two forensic pathologists, an ex-con, and the hunt for one irresistible designer dog.
From THE NEW YORK OBSERVER, December 2001
How I Spent September 10, 2001
From Mexico to Manhattan
All hail the New Gastronomy!
A New York City medical examiner watches the video of Nick Berg's beheading and wishes he'd looked away.
A New York medical examiner on the necessary, horrifying process of identifying the dead in New Orleans.
CSI:NY extends television's love affair with death, transforming the forensic pathologist into the hottest new TV hero. A city medical examiner weighs in on the glamorization of his profession.
At $20 a day, a course at the splendid Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School is a bargain. And it's not the only reason to come to this beautiful city.
Boutiques and Cafes Where Chocolatiers Raise the Bar
Exquisite Dining in Traditional Kyoto
What's hot—and savory—in Chicago
Tokyo's Claska Hotel
Global gastronomy in 1998