// Peter Moskowitz //
I'm a journalist and writer based in Philadelphia. My work focuses on the intersection of the environment (both built and natural) and human lives. I also write essays about issues that are important to me (mainly social justice and LGBTQ rights).
My book How to Kill a City, a narrative journey through gentrification in four U.S. cities, is available for sale. My publisher is Nation Books/Perseus/Hachette (the book imprint of The Nation magazine).
My work has appeared in The New York Times, The New Republic, The Guardian, New York Magazine (online), Al Jazeera America, Wired, Fusion, BuzzFeed, Vice and many other places. I co-founded Study Hall, a coworking space for non-fiction writers, in the fall of 2015 with a mission to build community within the freelance world.
My email is email@example.com.
Light a Fire Under the DNC – The New Inquiry – 12/30/2016
The Secret Gay Movement at America's Most Conservative College – Fusion – 1/26/16
The App Around the Corner – The New Republic – 11/30/2015
The Last Gas Station Downtown – Curbed – 7/18/2016
I Threw My Dog a Bark Mitzvah and All I Got Was This Lousy Jewish Guilt – Racked – 5/11/16
A Fight at a BBQ Place and the Fight over Queer Justice – Fusion – 9/20/16
Fireworks and Other American Explosions – Brooklyn Magazine – 7/7/2016
Jane Jacobs Was Great. Let's Stop Deifying Her – Slate – 5/4/2016
How Fentanyl Overtook the Streets of Chicago – Fusion – 02/02/2016
I Hope the Mets Lose Because I’m Queer – Hazlitt – 10/28/2015
All My Friends Are Dead: Life on Adderall – Gawker – 5/6/2013
These Two Guys Will Have to Leave San Francisco Unless You Watch Their Movie – Fusion – 9/21/15
Louisiana Five Years after Bp Oil Spill: 'it's Not Going Back to Normal' – The Guardian – 4/18/2015
Meet the Us Senate's Most Important Anti-environmentalist – The Verge – 12/22/2014
The Two Detroits: A City Both Collapsing and Gentrifying at the Same Time – The Guardian – 2/5/2015