My writing has appeared in  Cleveland Magazine, The Washington PostThe Christian Science Monitor, and River Teeth: A Journal of Narrative Nonfiction. For  White Coats: Three Journeys through an American Medical School, I followed three students through Case Western Reserve University’s medical school.  I went back home to Youngstown, Ohio, for Car Bombs to Cookie Tables: The Youngstown Anthology.

I am also an associate professor of journalism at Kent State University where I  teach courses in feature writing, the business of publishing and ethics. Sometimes I bring journalists and digital scientists together to create projects like Campus Lifeline and Branches Magazine.

My research on the digital evolution of magazines and literary journalism has appeared on Poynter and Nieman Storyboard and now in Journalism. In 2016, I studied how millennials interact with long-form journalism for a white paper for the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri.

You can reach me at or @jacquiemarino.