A new online magazine, The Expeditioner, published a story on my Hidden Kitchen dinner in Paris last year.
I’m working on a series for Louisville.com on how we’re spending our payroll stimulus at local business:
Keeping the stimulus money home: Good Dogs & Co.
Each week Dana McMahan will spend her payroll stimulus at a local business. This week it’s a frou-frou dog collar.
Keeping the stimulus money home: Sugarbaker’s Classy Consignments
Each week Dana McMahan will spend her payroll stimulus at a local business. Up first, a bargain shopping expedition.
And after many years, the travel site BootsnAll now pays, so I’ve run my first feature article there — a photo feature on the markets of Europe, with another coming out soon on Paris off the beaten track for foodies.
I took on an assignment for Viscape to write ten 300-word destination reviews — fun, but a challenge to dredge up memories from trips pre-blogging.
Then — no money for this but it was cool — the Pittsburgh Post Gazette used several of my photos from my farm share last year in their special section on CSAs. A collection of four made up the top half of the page in the print version.
In between all this I’m scrounging around looking for other publications that might shell out a few bucks for my words or pictures. My next assignment is to cover a super secret Supper Speakeasy. If only they could all be that awesome. :)
So, sorry I haven’t written, but if you’re interested in what I’m saying elsewhere you can follow me on Twitter. If you already do, you knew all of this!