Published in the National Teaching and Learning Forum, Vol. 31, issue 3, March 2022, pp.6-7. Looking Back on Year One: J… by Kristin Winet
Published in Journal of Business and Technical Communication, Special Issue, vol. XX, no. X, 2020, pp. 1-6.
I’ve never been a true digital nomad myself, but lately, I’ve been dreaming about it a little bit more than usual. Perhaps this is because we’ve all been inside for the past (nearly) six weeks, or because transitioning all of my in-person classes has been more enjoyable than I originally thought it would be, but I’m starting to wonder if…
Featured in Witness Magazine – Winter 2019 In which I go to the deep south to investigate alligator-hunting culture. IF YOU DRIVE A HALF-HOUR south from Mobile, Alabama, you will find your-self on the shores of the Mobile-Tensaw Delta. The waters here aren’t clear at all but are perfectly dark and mysterious, the kind you can’t artificially saturate with a camera filter or…
Featured in The Smart Set – February 2019 In this piece, I write about when heartbreak, violence, and a new beginning collide in one of the world’s holiest cities. My favorite activity in Sunday School was when our teacher would hand out construction paper and crayons and ask us to illustrate scenes from the Bible. My little sister and I spent hours trading…
Featured in Dirt Rag Magazine – January 2019 In this piece, I write about getting over my fear of biking by taking a bike ride down an old railroad trail on the Idaho/Montana border. The front entrance to the welcome center is not entirely legible, because years of snow and harsh Idaho winters have rubbed the black paint into a faint gray….