Freelancer, frequent contributor to The New York Times. andrewadamnewman[AT]gmail[DOT]com
More than 500 articles in The New York Times in numerous sections including Business, Style and Arts. Other outlets include New York magazine, Salon, Adweek and Studio 360. Previously served as editor for alternative newspapers in Pittsburgh, Maine and Boise.
Imagining a parade of of the pantless in incontinence products.
More effective than telling smokers that their habit shortens life expectancy: the risk of disfigurement.
Why kosher pet food is not meshugas.
A rat lover explains.
Many hotels that claim to be dog-friendly actually shun all but small breeds.
Hoping to strike a chord, JDate also strikes a nerve.
A singles site that skirts dating.
Books and Publishing
How a usage panel shapes how we use and pronounce words.
With audiobooks, couples have to compromise on something else besides pizza toppings: authors.
The strange case of how David Foster Wallace's voice sounds in his footnotes for his audiobook.
Photographer Amanda Jones takes pictures of dogs - and her work is in high demand.
What if retired Senator Jesse Helms could recite a lesbian love poem by Gertrude Stein?
A a new film currently in production called American Standard takes place entirely in New York bathrooms, public and private.