I have reported stories and written personal essays and blogs for a variety of radio, print and web outlets. My first job in journalism was as a producer at Chicago Public Radio’s Odyssey, a nationally syndicated show about ideas. At Chicago Public Radio, I recorded commentaries for the station’s flagship morning program, Eight Forty-Eight. I was the London correspondent for AOL’s daily news magazine, Politics Daily. At both Politics Daily (Woman Up) and The Washington Post (She the People), I was a featured blogger writing about the intersection between women, culture and politics. I am currently a regular contributor to two websites exploring women’s fulfilment as they age: Better After 50 and Sixty and Me. In addition, my personal essays and reporting have appeared in outlets including The New York Times, The Financial Times, USA Today and The BBC World Service.
A selection of my essays, commentaries, and reporting can be found here.
May 17, 2018
I could live without the royal wedding – the frenzy, the expense and the myth that Meghan Markle will make the monarchy seem hip…
February 24, 2008
The International Herald Tribune
As an American living in London for the past year and a half, I have grown accustomed to the quiet, reserved way…
Turning Green: Environmentalism by Default
July 24, 2007
World Update, BBC World Service
February 15, 2006
Eight Forty-Eight, Chicago Public Radio
Chicago Public Radio’s Delia Lloyd takes us to an office supply shop in Oak Park where nostalgia keeps old technology alive…