Joanna Corman
Freelance journalist/writer
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Recently published:

"North Table Mountain in Spring," VIA, March/April 2012.


"The Good Life Garden," UC Davis Magazine, Summer 2011.


"Redefining Town and Gown," Pacific Review, Summer 2011. 

"True Sacramento," Wild Blue Yonder magazine, May/June 2011.


"Sacramento Valley: a haven for birds -- and birders," Los Angeles Times, Oct. 3, 2010.





 

 


Selected clips from daily newspapers:

"Hanging tough with Jesus," Inland Valley section of Los Angeles Times, Oct. 11, 2000.


"Standing watch in solidarity," Inland Valley section of Los Angeles Times, Sept. 26, 2001.


"Hindus gather in Pomona for reading of early epic," Los Angeles Times, June 2001.


 


I am a former daily newspaper reporter who started freelancing in October 2005. I write about religion, travel and business for local and national audiences with an emphasis on feature writing. My stories have appeared in a variety of publications, including the Los Angeles Times, Religion News Service, Beliefnet, The Huffington Post, Publishers Weekly, Modern Bride, Sunset, VIA, Science & Spirit, Comstock’s, Faith & Form, Our Sunday Visitor, Sacramento Business Journal and Sactown magazine. I also write publicity materials for universities. I worked at daily newspapers in Northern and Southern California for five years covering religion, education and city hall. I have won several journalism awards and have been chosen for two religion-writing fellowships. I have a bachelor’s degree in history from Bryn Mawr College, a master’s degree in journalism from Stanford University and a certificate of theological studies from Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley. I live in Sacramento with my husband and son.

Please email me if you'd like copies of clips not posted.

Last updated Nov. 13, 2012