Hello again world!
Hi, and thanks so much for visiting my site.
So, how did I get here—and how did you get to this here? Well, I can take a stab at the first question, at least!
From 1984 through 1989, I worked in hospitals and medical center public affairs. From 1989 through 1994, I was an allied health/medical book editor (for companies like Appleton & Lange and Plenum) — where I had a chance to shepherd and develop a couple of really cool books (including Cultural Diversity in Health and Illness) — and a managing editor for The American Journal of Medicine and The American Journal of Surgery.
Although I did some fun stuff along the way—such as doing horror book reviews for Publishers Weekly , helping to organize the Bram Stoker Awards and developing a Writer’s Digest book for the Horror Writer’s Association called Writing Horror — it wasn’t until 1995 that I became a full-time journalist.
That was when I had the chance to serve as editor-in-chief of Better Nutrition magazine until 2002.
Since then, I have worked as a regulatory and scientific affairs officer for Nutrition 21, editorial director for VRM Inc., and editor for SanovaWorks.
So whether you are here from my health blogs or my horror blogs, I hope my website will answer your questions or at least provide an easy way to contact me.
I invite you to enjoy the site, the blog, the links and the shop!
In good health,