English

Stephanie Schorow

Assistant Professor

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Education

B.S., Northwestern University, Medill School of Journalism

M.A., New York University, Department of Latin American Studies

Experience

Ms. Schorow began working as a professional journalist immediately after graduating from Northwestern University. She has worked for newspapers in Illinois, Missouri, Utah and Massachusetts. She moved to Boston in 1989 to work as a newswoman for the Associated Press, the world’s largest newsgathering operation, where she covered such events as the Charles Stuart murder case. She was hired at the Boston Herald in 1993 as the Assistant Lifestyles Editor and spent the next 12 years writing news and feature stories and editing arts and feature copy. She has covered general features, cultural trends and health and science issues and conducted numerous interviews with beginning and establishing book authors. She wrote a weekly column on Internet issues. She was often part of the team that covered news, including the crash of the Columbia shuttle and the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorism attacks. In 2005, she launched a freelance writing/public relations business. She has written for The Boston Globe, the Globe magazine, the Harvard Gazette, the news office of MIT, the NFPA Journal, the Chicago Blues Guide, Bark, Lifescript.com, Edible Boston, and numerous other publications. Her jobs have also included being assistant director of public relations and editorial services at Bunker Hill Community College. She has also taught freelance writing and feature writing at Emerson College and Cambridge Center for Adult Education. She has appeared as an expert in documentaries on the Cocoanut Grove Fire, the Great Boston Fire of 1872 and the Brink’s robbery of 1950.?

Publications

Drinking Boston: A History of the City and Its Spirits, 2012, Union Park Press

With co-author Beverly Ford, The Boston Mob Guide: Hit Men, Hoodlums & Hideouts, 2011, History Press.

East of Boston: Notes from the Harbor Islands, 2008, second edition, 2013, History Press

The Crime of the Century: How the Brink's Robbers Stole Millions and the Hearts of Boston, 2008, Commonwealth Editions

The Cocoanut Grove Fire, New England Remembers series, 2004, Commonwealth Editions

Boston on Fire: A History of Fires and Firefighting in Boston, 2003, paperback, 2006, Commonwealth Editions

Editor, Boston’s Fire Trail: A Walk Through the City’s Fire and Firefighting History, 2007, History Press

Other work

Ms. Schorow has worked as a researcher, editor and/or fact checker on:

Something in the Ether: A Bicentennial History of Massachusetts General Hospital, 1811-2011, by Webster Bull, 2011, Memoirs Unlimited

Fenway Park: A Salute to the Coolest, Cruelest, Longest Running Major League Park in America, by John Powers and Ron Driscoll, 2012, Running Press

Ted Kennedy: Scenes from an Epic Life, by The Boston Globe, 2009, Simon & Schuster

Great New England Storms of the 20th Century, by the editors of The Boston Globe, 2007, The Boston Globe

Rescue Men, by Charles Kenney, 2007, Public Affairs

Television and Radio Appearances and Video interviews

English Department


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