Journalism

journalism

MARK GUARINO writes about culture, national news, and all points between.

He is a contributing writer to THE WASHINGTON POST where he covers Chicago and the Midwest. His writing also frequently appears in THE GUARDIAN, CRAIN'S CHICAGO BUSINESS, THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE, REUTERS, THE CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, NEW YORK MAGAZINE, AGENCE-FRANCE PRESSE, MOJO, AL-JAZEERA AMERICA, among many other outlets. He was the Midwest Bureau Chief for THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR for six years where he covered the BP oil spill, labor, the environment, Hurricane Katrina recovery, hate crimes, federal trials, among many other topics. He was also the pop music critic for THE CHICAGO DAILY HERALD for 11 years.

He is a frequent media guest to talk about his work, having appeared on Sirius/XM POTUS Channel 124, National Public Radio (NPR), Al-Jazeera television, "Chicago Tonight" (WTTW Chicago), WGN-AM, WLS-AM, WVON, Russia Today (RT), Geraldo Rivera (FOX), and other outlets.

Mark teaches journalism at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

To read the full archive of Mark's work, please click on any of the outlets below.

 

The Washington Post
Al Jazeera America
The Guardian
Reuters
Christian Science Monitor
Chicago Tribune
 
Crain's Chicago Business
AFP
Salon
Chicago Sun-Times
The New Orleans Advocate
Jazz Times
 
MOJO
New York Magazine
HARP
Chicago Magazine
Downbeat
Living Blues
 
Daily Herald
No Depression
Chicago Social
SPIN
Blurt
Medium
 
Chicago Reader