Freelance journalist with an abiding interest in all things edible , tech and nature. Send tips to firstname.lastname@example.org
Enrique Gili's Biography
I’m an established freelance writer based in San Diego covering environmental issues for regional media in the Southland and beyond. My focus is the intersection between science, nature and technology with a twist of food politics. My byline has appeared in Pacific Standard, Aeon, Grist, Mother Nature Network and ENSIA, among others.
I've been a volunteer park ranger, law clerk, online editor and last but not least capable ...
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Who's your favorite fictional journalist?
Clark Kent because these days you need to be Superman to remain relevant and active in the industry.
What does it mean to be a journalist?
Waking up in the morning with a head full of questions and the motivation to answer them daily.
What tools and software do you use to do your job?
Paper and pen, plus any additional gear that I can easily carry in a backpack without feeling distracted.