writings

Harrison’s written a lot of random stuff over the years, but here’s a more curated—and manageable—list.

Published Fiction

“Falling,” in Tales from the Deep anthology (Flying Ketchup Press, KC, MO, forthcoming 2021).

“The Peacock,” PenDust Radio podcast (Nov. 19, 2020) & print anthology (Rivercliff Books, Boulder, CO, forthcoming 2021).

“The Architects,” US-1, Summer 2015.

Academic

Blackman, H. “The Gathering Silence: Silent Spring and the diminishing returns of doomsday climate communication,” Anthroposphere: The Oxford Climate Review (February 2019).

Blackman, H. “Princeton’s Lost Museum,” Princeton Historical Review (Fall 2017).

Blackman, H. “Volcanoes and Detectives: Writing unconventionally in academic work (and maybe doing it well),” Tortoise: A Journal of Writing Pedagogy (Spring 2017).

Selected Feature Stories

“Westward Denim,” Nevada Humanities ‘Heart to Heart’ series, October 2020.

“Guyot Hall under Quarantine,” The Smilodon, Spring 2020.     

“No ‘I’ in Travel? Travel writing in the Trump era,” The Startup, April 2020.

“The Duel Doctor in Weehawken,” Princeton Alumni Weekly, March 2020.

“Mister Mayor, The Mineralogist,” Princeton Alumni Weekly, October 2019.

“Late-stage Betomania in Reno,” Medium, April 2019.

“The Decline and Fall of the American Cinematic Dream,” Medium, Jan. 2018.

“‘Taos 2010’ dreams revisited,” The Taos News, May 2018.

“The Last Jedi’s snark problem,” Medium, December 2017.

“Development rises in Taos,” The Santa Fe New Mexican, Sept. 2017.

“The Plague of Taos? A History of Bubonic Plague in New Mexico,” The Taos News, July 2017.

“The Ashes of Moria: On the front lines of the refugee crisis,” The Nassau Weekly, Nov. 2016.

“Artistic Criticism: Van Dyck at the Frick Collection,” The Daily Princetonian, March 2016.