Scott Huler has written on everything from the death penalty to bikini waxing, from NASCAR racing to the stealth bomber, for such newspapers as the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Los Angeles Times and such magazines as Backpacker, Fortune, and Child. His award-winning radio work has been heard on “All Things Considered” and “Day to Day” on National Public Radio and on “Marketplace” and “Splendid Table” on American Public Media.
He is the author of six books, most recently On the Grid and No-Man’s Land. He has taught at UNC Chapel Hill among other colleges. Scott looks forward to working with Doe Branch Ink participants interested in creative non-fiction and feature journalism. His writing is informative, engaging and often hilarious.