REPORTING
Print Stories
Reporter covering topics from the environment to trauma
PUBLISHING
Tales From the Great Disruption
Co-author of a book about insights and lessons from journalism's technological transformation
JOURNALISM STARTUPS
The War Horse
Co-founder and Founding Editorial Director from 2015 – 2019
JOURNALISM STARTUPS
The Big Roundtable
Founding Publisher of The Big Roundtable (recently renamed The Delacorte Review)

STORY ARCHIVE

Highlights
“It’s Not That I Want to Die. It’s That I Want to Control My Own Suffering.”
[Washington City Paper | July 24, 2015]

Traditional American Funerals Are Dead – But Not Buried
[Al Jazeera America | March 12, 2015]

The Killer Fog That United Labor and Environmentalists
[The New Republic | September 19, 2014]

Hackers Conference Celebrates One of the Oldest Tricks in the Book: Picking Locks
[The Washington Post | July 26, 2014] 

Crash
[The Big Roundtable, archived at delacortereview.org | July 8, 2013]
2016
She Swallowed Hard, Shed Some Tears
[The War Horse | September 11, 2016]

Bob’s Birders Swoop Into Central Park for a Glimpse at Rare Birds
[The Village Voice | February 12, 2016]

The History of the Euthanasia Movement
[JSTOR Daily | January 6, 2016]
2014
World leaders call for end of United Nations veto power
[The Jerusalem Post | September 28, 2014]

US accuses Abbas of ‘counterproductive’ UN speech
[The Jerusalem Post | September 27, 2014]

Abbas denounces ‘genocidal’ Israel, urges UN to back timetable for Palestinian statehood
[The Jerusalem Post | September 26, 2014]

If Obama Agrees the U.S. Is Causing Global Climate Change, Then Why Is He Letting Other Countries Foot the Bill?
[The New Republic | September 25, 2014]

Turkish president criticizes UN for failure to act in global crises
[The Jerusalem Post | September 24, 2014]

Time to restart Israeli-Palestinian talks based on Arab Initiative, Jordan’s King Abdullah tells UN
[The Jerusalem Post | September 24, 2014]

Egypt’s Sisi tells UN General Assembly: Palestinian issue still a priority
[The Jerusalem Post | September 24, 2014]

Abbas in NY: We have all made mistakes
[The Jerusalem Post | September 24, 2014]

Peretz calls upon Ban Ki-Moon to form multinational Mid East climate team
[The Jerusalem Post | September 23, 2014]

Ban Ki-moon to address UN Climate Summit, set the groundwork for global climate action agreement
[The Jerusalem Post | September 21, 2014]

UN Security Council unanimously declares Ebola outbreak ‘threat to international peace’
[The Jerusalem Post | September 20, 2014]

The Killer Fog That United Labor and Environmentalists
[The New Republic | September 19, 2014]

Volunteers help put faces to Holocaust victim names
[The Jerusalem Post | September 13, 2014]

US war against Islamic State casts eery pall over 9/11 remembrance
[The Jerusalem Post | September 13, 2014]

PLO’s Ashrawi tells UN it will take Israel to ICC within 3 years
[The Jerusalem Post | September 3, 2014]

With passing of time, a question of identity
[The Jerusalem Post | August 31, 2014]

Iconic Entenmann’s factory set to shut down in NY
[The Jerusalem Post | August 29, 2014]

UN resolution to follow apparent success of Egyptian mediation efforts
[The Jerusalem Post | August 28, 2014]

Coat of many colors: US Jewish leaders divided on Gaza truce
[The Jerusalem Post | August 28, 2014]

UN waits for Cairo cease-fire details before going forward with resolution
[The Jerusalem Post | August 27, 2014]

Council of Jewish Women backs call to probe UNRWA for actions during Gaza crisis
[The Jerusalem Post | August 27, 2014]

US, Europeans preparing draft for Security Council resolution on Gaza
[The Jerusalem Post | August 24, 2014]

Amman asks Security Council members to pass cease-fire resolution
[The Jerusalem Post | August 21, 2014]

A lone soldier makes aliya
[The Jerusalem Post | August 10, 2014]

US college campuses debate Middle East conflict
[The Jerusalem Post | August 9, 2014]

UN General Assembly slams Israel and Hamas for fighting, mourns the humanitarian conditions
[The Jerusalem Post | August 6, 2014]

UN says Israel’s use of force against Hamas is disproportionate
[The Jerusalem Post | July 31, 2014]

9 young Jews arrested at NYC anti-Israel protest
[The Jerusalem Post | July 30, 2014]

US politicians blast Hamas at New York rally
[The Jerusalem Post | July 29, 2014]

In the US, the conflict is waged in the stores
[The Jerusalem Post | July 27, 2014]

Artists 4 Israel set up easels in Greenwich Village
[The Jerusalem Post | July 27, 2014]

Security Council meeting on the Middle East, including the Palestinian question
[The Jerusalem Post | July 23, 2014]

Even war couldn’t keep the North American olim away
[The Jerusalem Post | July 22, 2014]

New York stands with Israel at 92 St.‘Y’
[The Jerusalem Post | July 22, 2014]

The Unknown Master of Color Photography
[The New Republic | July 1, 2014]

Michael Jackson’s Personal Photographer Remembers How They Met
[The New Republic | June 29, 2014]

The Rise and Fall of Apartheid in Pictures
[The New Republic | June 26, 2014]

Hackers conference celebrates one of the oldest tricks in the book: Picking locks
[The Washington Post | July 26, 2014]

Watch a story ‘come to life:’ The Big Roundtable’s new Open Rehearsal project
[Nieman Storyboard | June 12, 2014]

Harlem’s Apollo Theater historian looks back at 80 years of music
[Reuters | June 11, 2014]

9/11 Memorial Museum opens to public in N.Y.
[The Washington Post | May 22, 2014]

9/11 Memorial Museum opens to public, as special flag is unfurled
[The Washington Post | May 21, 2014]

New York City gas explosion subject of federal probe
[Reuters | March 13, 2014]

Business start-up Oyster aims to make ‘digital books fantastic in their own right’
[The Washington Post | March 11, 2014]

Congress wants delay in selling of historic post offices until federal report is completed
[The Washington Post | January 20, 2014]

Holder and Donovan join New York police commissioner to discuss collaboration
[The Washington Post | January 16, 2014]
2011
Murder on the B46: Three Years Gone 
[The Brooklyn Ink | December 20, 2011]

The War Horse

Co-founder + Founding Editorial Director
2015 – 2019

We need to talk about the wars of post-9/11 America and their human impact.

Since 2012, I've worked in journalism startups and innovation. I've helped to found and run two journalism startups — The War Horse and The Delacorte Review (née The Big Roundtable). Since 2012, I've worked in journalism startups and innovation. I've helped to found and run two journalism startups — The War Horse and The Delacorte Review (née The Big Roundtable). Since 2012, I've worked in journalism startups and innovation. I've helped to found and run two journalism startups — The War Horse and The Delacorte Review (née The Big Roundtable).

The Big Roundtable

(Recently renamed The Delacorte Review) 
Founding Publisher
2012 – 2016

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Since 2012, I've worked in journalism startups and innovation. I've helped to found and run two journalism startups — The War Horse and The Delacorte Review (née The Big Roundtable). Since 2012, I've worked in journalism startups and innovation. I've helped to found and run two journalism startups — The War Horse and The Delacorte Review (née The Big Roundtable). Since 2012, I've worked in journalism startups and innovation. I've helped to found and run two journalism startups — The War Horse and The Delacorte Review (née The Big Roundtable).

Tales From the Great Disruption

How have recent technological transformations changed journalism?

The people who fuel our civic conversation—reporters, writers, storytellers—have been asking each other that question a lot lately. So have people who consume their work. Both agree: Waves of technological change have greatly altered the news. How, exactly? Hard to say.

This book grew out of reporting I did during my research fellowship at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism.
Authors
Michael Shapiro, Anna Hiatt, and Mike Hoyt

Publisher
Big Roundtable Books

Publication Year
2015