Publishing Credits

Publishing Credits: Claire Rogers

Readers find my writing lively and informative with compelling details and thought provoking ideas. My contributions cover cross-cultural, adventurous and authentic travel, inspiring people, ancient civilizations and new frontiers in science. I’ve been writing professionally since 2001 and my passion for the craft continues to grow.

Desert Leaf (a Tucson monthly):

Uncommon Collections, No Drinking From These Glasses, May 2016

    • Plan of Action, The ‘Painful’ Cost of Antivenoms, May 2016
    • Bike It, Tucson, April, 2016
    • Uncommon Collections, Collecting a Point in Time, April 2016
    • Tucson Mapped, March 2016
    • Plan of Action, Not Just a New Normal, March 2016
    • Uncommon Collections, Collecting Sneakers, March 2016
    • Plan of Action, Plan of Engagement, February 2016
    • Uncommon Collections, Collecting Tokens of the Wild West, Feb 2016
    • Plan of Action, Seeds of Knowledge, January 2016
    • Uncommon Collections, Collecting National Parks, January2016
    • Happy 100th Birthday National Park Service, January 2016
    • Uncommon Collections, Beachcombing ‘Treasures’, December2015
    • Plan of Action, Action in the Built Environment, December, 2015
    • Uncommon Collections, Peak Bagging, November 2015
    • Ancient Ball Courts, October 2015
    • Uncommon Collections, How to Become a Pinball Wizard, Sept 2015
    • Plan of Action, The Garden Kitchen Connection, September 2015
    • Back to the Beginning of the Story, Jul/Aug 2015
    • In the Zone, July/Aug 2015
    • Uncommon Collections, Radio Controlled Airplanes, Jul/Aug 2015
    • India By Rail, June 2015
    • Uncommon Collections, Collecting Ham Contacts, June 2015
    • Heart of the Matter, Emerge! May 2015
  • Uncommon Collections, Collecting ‘People’s Art’, May 2015
  • Uncommon Collections, Collecting Sticky Subjects, April 2015
  • Volunteering for the ‘Odd’ Jobs, April, 2015
  • Uncommon Collections, Micromounts, February 2015
  • Uncommon Collections, For the Love of the Banjo, January 2015
  • Great Escape, Ladakh: The Himalayas of India, March 2015
  • Heart of the Matter, The Last Resort, December 2014
  • Uncommon Collections, Patrons of Saints December 2014
  • Personal Stealth, November 2014
  • Heart of the Matter, Reptile Rescue, November 2014
  • Uncommon Collections: Collecting in Scale, November 2014
  • Recipes Lost and Found, November 2014
  • Hackers and Makers, November 2014
  • Library is Seeding Tucson’s Gardens, October 2014
  • Tracking Ancient Chocolate, October 2014
  • Uncommon Collections: Collecting in Focus, September 2014
  • Las Doñas del Presidio de Tucson, July/Aug 2014
  • Tucson’s Urban Raptors, July/August 2014
  • Sonoran Permaculture Guild, December 2012
  • Saltwater Solutions to Global Issues, November 2012
  • The Wealth Was in the Fiber, October 2012
  • Friends of Tucson’s Birthplace, July/August 2012
  • Cruising the Amazon River System, July/August 2012
  • Nonprofits Are Joining Forces, June 2012
  • Locked Up and Locked Out, June 2012
  • Smile, Gila Monster, May 2012
  • Another View of Peru, May 2012
  • Read Between the Bars, May 2012
  • Sourdough Culture Rising, March 2012
  • Until Forever Comes, March 2012
  • Holding Worries and Prayers, February 2012
  • Finding Our Way: Rocks Mark the Spot , December 2011: Page 40 (2011 Silver and Bronze ADDY awards)
  • Composting in the Desert Is Like Baking a Cake, December 2011: Page 64
  • Wax and Wick, November 2011
  • Traveling Today’s Tea Horse Road, February 2011 (2011 Silver ADDY award)
  • Looking Back On Time, January 2011
  • Packing It In, July/August 2011
  • A Peaceful Push Past Prejudice, May 2011
  • We All Live Downstream, December 2010
  • The Entrepreneurial Spirit of Central Vietnam, October 2010
  • The Many Faces of Buddha (cover), July/August 2010
  • The Science of the Siesta, June 2010
  • The Plain of Jars, May 2010
  • Portraits: A Retrospective on How We See Ourselves, May 2010
  • Sabbaticals, Not Just for Faculty Anymore, April 2010
  • Sun Sounds of Arizona, December 2009
  • Bytes vs. Brain, November, 2009
  • It’s a Roundup, October, 2009
  • Saying Goodbye, October 2009
  • Funny is Fickle, October 2009
  • It’s a Dry Heat, Get Used to It, June 2009
  • Understanding the Bat Brain, May 2009
  • Crosswords Without Cross Words, May 2009
  • Marley: Music of the Dispossessed, February 2009
  • A Dog’s Life: Training Service Dogs, February 2009
  • Christmas Lights, An Electric Retrospective, December 2008
  • What to Do When Doin’ Time, November 2008
  • Censorship by Any Other Name, October 2008
  • Idle Computers Solve Global Problems, October 2008
  • Enough Noise, July/August 2008
  • What’s Worth Preserving?, May 2008
  • Nothing Like the New Deal, March 2008
  • Proverbs: How Cultures Define Themselves, December 2007
  • Bra Stories, December 2007
  • The Bra: A Feat of Engineering, December 2007
  • Io (Cheers), Saturnalia, December 2007
  • Fifteen Thousand and Counting, October 2007
  • Old Pueblo Muzzleloaders, October 2007
  • Fetches, Trolls and Elves, Oh My! October 2007
  • Who Is Gordon Hirabayashi, September 2007
  • Rhyolite, Gone in Three, September 2007
  • Intuition in Peril, September 2007
  • Blame It on the Weather, July/August 2007
  • Iceland: A Rough-and-Tumble Place, June 2007
  • Iskash*taa: Working Together, May 2007
  • The Underground Cities of Kapadokya, April 2007
  • Teddy Roosevelt’s Passion, April 2007
  • Games Gone Global, March 2007
  • With Skies in Their Eyes, March 2007
  • Start Your Heart, January 2007
  • Tucson’s Traveling Nurses, January 2007
  • Caravanserais, December 2006
  • Whittling Away, October 2006
  • Inching Forward, September 2006
  • Turkish Tile Reborn, September 2006
  • Talking Rocks, July/August 2006
  • Who’s Driving the Recycling Machine? June 2006
  • Carousel, The Magic of Merry Go Rounds, May 2006
  • Heavens Quest, May 2006
  • Macular Degeneration, May 2006
  • Tucson’s Sisters, March 2006
  • Breaking Bread in Central Asia, Feb 2006
  • Asian and Navajo Weavers Share Similar Traditions, January 2006
  • Tanque Verde Forum (monthly column starting October 2005)
  • Sodas, Floats and Phosphates, September 2005
  • Help on the Way, June 2005
  • Crazy for Cristate, May 2005
  • Neighbors Helping Neighbors Live at Home, March 2005
  • When the Light Comes On, March 2005
  • No Question Too Prickly, February 2005
  • A Race Designed for the Wily, February 2005
  • The Soil Underfoot is Alive, January 2005
  • Marking Time, January 2005
  • Happy Halcyon Days, December 2004
  • Happy Birthday Ajo, November 2004
  • Resurrection, November 2004
  • Too Tough to Die, November 2004
  • Choosing the Gypsy Lifestyle, October 2004
  • From Tin Shack to Sound Shelter, October 2004
  • Fat Tire Fantasies of Utah, May 2004
  • Crossing the West by Water (Lewis and Clark), May 2004
  • All Over the Map (Rogaining), April 2004
  • Life Along a Small River (Fort Lowell Historic District), January 2004
  • The Treasure is in the Hunt (Geocaching), October 2003
  • The Island Closest to Paradise (Isle of Pines), June 2003
  • Night Hiking, June 2002

Blogs

  • Just One Opinion: health care, gun violence, copyright infringement
  • We Blog the World: Iceland, Laos

Adventure Cyclist

  • Life Member Profile, June 2009

Geico Direct: Star Gazing, Fall 2007

Arizona Daily Star:

Tucson Green Times

  • E-Waste: Keeping it local, November 2008
  • Food is more than sustenance, December 2008
  • Making Waves with Watsu, December 2008
  • Dealing with stress in natural ways, December 2008
  • Holier than cow? February 2009

Northern Arizona’s Mountain Living Magazine: Here’s a Surprise, March 2007

Tucson Quarterly: Look West Series Book Review, Winter, 2005

Tucson Guide: All Geared Up, Fall 2007

Traveling Times: Cover and Road(s) Taken, Fall 2007

MotorHome:

  • Crossroads of Time, November 2006
  • One-Buck Frannie’s, January, 2005

Trailer Life:

  • Who’s Your Padre?, April 2011

Highways: Lewis and Clark Trail State Park, June, 2004

RV Journal:

  • Seven Lesser Known Gems of Southeastern Arizona, Fall 2008
  • Seven Lesser Known Gems of Northern New Mexico, Summer 2008
  • Seven Lesser Known Gems of Northwest Colorado, Spring 2008
  • Cover and Seven Lesser Known Gems of Southeast Colorado, Summer 2007
  • How to Bag a Saguaro: A Cristate Saguaro That Is…, Winter 2006/07
  • Cortez, Colorado: Gateway to the Ancient Puebloans, Winter 2006/07
  • Dunes in Colorado? Summer 2006
  • Port Angeles, Summer 2006
  • Seven Lesser Known Gems of Southwestern Utah, Winter 2005/06
  • Ajo, Arizona, Fall 2004
  • Star Studded Tucson (stargazing in Tucson), Spring 2004

RV Xtreme:

  • RVX101: Care and Feeding of Waste Tanks, April 2008
  • Way Up Down East, April 2008
  • 2008 KZ MXT266 April 2008
  • 2008 Crossroads Seville, March 2008
  • 2008 KZ Inferno, March 2008
  • RVX101: Choosing the Right Tow Rig, March 2008
  • 2009 Holiday Rambler Next Level, February 2008
  • 2008 KZ Rock Climber CRC201, February 2008
  • Forever Wild: Exploring the Adirondacks, February 2008
  • RVX101: Mid-Winter Check Up and Maintenance, February 2008
  • Buying Your First RV, January 2008
  • Weekend Warrior Carbon Lite, January 2008
  • RVX101: Exterior Cleaning, January 2008
  • Weight Demystified, December 2007
  • Roadtrek RS Adventurous, December 2007
    • RVX101: Winterizing, November 2007
    • RVX101: On The Level, October 2007
    • RVX101: Sanitized, September 2007
    • RVX101: Storage Solutions, August 2007
    • Starcraft Travel Star XLT 28SSO Review, August 2007
    • RVX101: What You Need, RVing Top Ten, July 2007
    • Airstream Review, July 2007
    • Hurricane 34B Review, June 2007
    • Aliner Review, June 2007
    • RVX101: Shakedown, June 2007
    • iCamp, Therefore iAm, May 2007
    • RVX101: Spring Thaw May 2007
    • Jayco ExPort Review, April 2007
    • RVX101: Pre-Delivery Checklist, April 2007
    • Go Big or Go Home, March 2007

Escapees:

  • Cover photo March/April 2013
  • Harvest Hosts, September/October 2011
  • Is This Your Shangri-la?, August/September 2010
  • Cover and Islands in the Sky, September/October 2007
  • Lessons of Lewis and Clark, July/August 2006
  • In Search of Square Lettuce, July/August, 2005
  • In the Spirit of Cowboys, May/June 2004 (humor)
  • America’s Best Kept Secret One Hundred Years Strong, October 2003
  • In a Flat Land (humor), March/April 2002

Family Motor Coaching:

  • Our Best Anniversary Ever, March 2012
  • South Utah’s Canyon Country, October 2006
  • Fountains of Youth, July 2005
  • Our Life With Two RVs, June 2002

Lifestyles:

  • Remember Romance? October 2007
  • People Going Places, Meet the Kalils, January 2007
  • People Going Places, Meet the Romeros, April 2007

Northwest Travel: Trail of Discovery, May/June 2006

Birds and Blooms: Behind the Mocker’s Music, April/May 2005

Reading Today:

  • No Need to Read Alone, August/September 2007
  • Tucson Plants Reading Seed, October/November 2006

Transitions Abroad: How to Become a Saltwater Cowboy, July/August 2003

Inside/Outside Southwest (Durango):

  • Sands of Time (September/October 2003)
  • A Cabin on Wheels, July/August 2003
  • Joys of Night Hiking, April/May 2003

Canyon Country Zephyr: the Hard Way (opinion), May 2002

Lovin’ Life (Arizona Senior World):

  • Martha Rothman’s Secrets for Success as Older Woman, December 2005
  • Make Fitness Fun, April 2005
  • RV the Lewis and Clark Trail for an Historic Adventure, February 2004
  • American Orient Express with Grandchildren, May 2003
  • Bike Touring for Seniors, April 2002

Perimeter Bicycling Journal:

  • Wellness on Wheels and Volunteers of the Year Profiles, 2008
  • University Medical Center Profile and Volunteers of the Year, 2007

Byline: Port Book and News, Spring 2004

Recumbent and Tandem Rider Magazine: The Katy Trail: Ride Through History, March/April 2004

TailWinds:

  • Tripping Tucson On Two Wheels, March/April 2011
  • In Search of Shangri-La, March April 2010
  • Will Bike for Food, July/August, 2008
  • Doing Things Big: Mary Messal Likes Her Challenges Supersized, April/May 2007
  • Too Much of a Good Thing, April/May 2007
  • The Unfriendly Skies, October/November 2006
  • Silk Dreams, February/March 2006
  • Eight Days a Week (Bike Friday), June/July 2002

Sweat:

  • Arizona Bike Racing, March 2007
  • Sole Mates, February 2007
  • Arizona’s 20-20 Challenge, October 2006
  • Biking Iceland, September 2006
  • In the Zone, July 2006
  • Summer Camp, June 2006
  • Got Paddle? May 2006
  • Hanging On, April 2006
  • Riding ‘The Old Pueblo,’ March 2006
  • Three Peaks in Three Weeks, February 2006
  • Are you in Ski Shape? December 2005
  • Kayaking Kino, July 2005
  • Mountain Bike Touring, July 2002

The Dawn (an Australian Women’s magazine): You Blokes are Keen (Australia by tandem), Spring 2002

The Wanderer (an Australian caravanning magazine): Who Needs TV? October 2002

WILD (an Australian bushwalking magazine): Rogaining Round-up, Spring 2004

 


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