• "Made in the Shade"
    A package on Southern writers: profiles, interviews and an 11-state directory of writers you may never have heard of but are worth your time. Appeared in Creative Loafing chain.
  • "Mass Appeal"
    A day-in-the-life profile of a telegenic parish priest in Miami. Published in Catholic Digest, reprinted in the St. Petersburg Times
  • "The Liberation of Tam Minh Pham"
    How the first West Point graduate from South Vietnam disappears after the fall of Saigon, only to be rescued by his classmates two decades later. A cover story in The Washington Post Magazine


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Meg Heckman

Lately, I've been writing about eldercare and retirement issues, so I spend a lot of time talking to older people. I worry constantly about exploiting a subject or missing some nuance of a story because of the many subtle stereotypes of aging. The opening of Malcolm’s book rattles around in my head at least once a week and I like to think it keeps me humble. Nervous. But humble. And honest.
Btw: The blog is great Chip, a fun useful way to get a little shop talk every week.
Meg Heckman
Concord, NH

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