I’ve taught introductory and advanced courses in reporting for radio, as well as magazine writing, in the Journalism Department at UMass-Amherst. I’ve also taught in English and American Studies at Smith College, including a course on the literature of blindness, creative nonfiction workshops, seminars on narrative (and non-narrative!) audio, and a first-year seminar on literature and technology. I taught a magazine-writing class at the Missouri School of Journalism, an advanced nonfiction workshop in the University of Missouri’s doctoral Creative Writing program, and “Writing for Digital Media” in Mizzou’s Digital Storytelling program.

I also sometimes teach workshops and give talks outside of academia. At the Third Coast International Audio Festival, I had a tremendous amount of fun giving a talk with Michelle Macklem called “The Art of Noise: A History of Experimental Audio.”