In print these days

The geese are flying to Belize, which means winter is near, which means ski magazines are publishing new volumes. The editors of Powder magazine kindly added my name to their masthead this year as a correspondent; last winter the folks at Skiing (writer) and Backcountry (contributing editor) did the same. This does not guarantee millions, but it's a nice distinction.

On that note, like newborns exiting the womb, a number of stories have recently seen print for the first time. You can find them on the writing page, and also here:

*The unique ideas behind language-immersion schools (5280):

*A mission to ski the Sangre de Cristo range (Skiing):

*How a group of freeskiers is bridging the gap between skiing's famously rigid governing body and the Olympics (Powder):

*Two features in ESPN's six-part investigative series on avalanches:

There are more stories on the way this winter, so please check back.
Posted on 07 Nov 2012 by devon
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