Magazines
Maggie's first magazine article appeared in Madison Magazine in January 2007 and today she is Contributing Editor, with cover stories and features running the gamut from primate research and domestic and sexual violence to Governor Scott Walker, heroin and gun control. By 2008 she'd also earned two International Regional Magazine awards for features in Wisconsin Trails magazine, and in 2009 she began working as a travel scout and writer for Midwest Living magazine. Her work has appeared in Delta Sky, Milwaukee Magazine, Grow magazine, Country Sampler Magazine, On Wisconsin magazine, Wisconsin Bride magazine, and more.
Newspapers
From 2006–2007 Maggie penned 2-3 features per week as a staff writer for the Mt. Horeb Mail newspaper, earning a 2007 Wisconsin Newspaper Association award for her profile on U.S.S. Indianapolis survivor Florian Stamm. In 2009 she began writing features for Isthmus, a Madison, Wisconsin alt-weekly print stronghold. Her Isthmus cover stories include profiles on Urban League president Kaleem Caire, child abuse agency Safe Harbor, cyberbullying in Dane County, Presbyterian minister Scott Anderson, HIV/AIDS activist Heidi Nass, the UW Center for Patient Partnerships, worker-owned cooperatives, women's sexual health, grandparents raising grandchildren, and addiction and recovery.
Wisconsin
A full-time print journalist since early 2006, Maggie's work has appeared in numerous Midwest and Wisconsin-based magazines and newspapers including Madison Magazine, Midwest Living magazine, Milwaukee Magazine, Isthmus, Wisconsin Trails, Wisconsin Bride, Grow magazine, and On Wisconsin. She is the co-author of a State Department of Commerce-commissioned coffee table book called Wisconsin: A Tradition of Innovation and serves as a Wisconsin travel scout for Midwest Living magazine. Her Wisconsin-centric profiles and features have landed her several awards, including two International Regional Magazine awards and a Wisconsin Newspaper Association award.
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