Kayt Sukel's writing credits include personal essays in the Washington Post, American Baby, the Bark, USAToday, Literary Mama and the Christian Science Monitor as well as articles on a variety of subjects for the Atlantic Monthly, the AARP Bulletin, Continental In-flight Magazine, Healthcare Informatics, Parenting, Cerebrum, Islands, National Geographic Traveler, BrainWork and American Baby magazines, among others. She also blogs regularly about traveling on the Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Award winning travel blog, Travel Savvy Mom; her favorite restaurants at UpTake.com; and science, love and life at the Houston Chronicle's Hearts and Minds blog.
Kayt also works with several corporate clients in both the healthcare, education and government sectors on writing and marketing endeavors. Clients include How Stuff Works, the Vendome Group, the Dana Foundation and CorpComm, Inc.
Kayt is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA) and the National Association of Science Writers (NASW). She has recently returned to the United States after living abroad for six years and is finishing DIRTY MINDS: HOW OUR BRAINS INFLUENCE LOVE, SEX AND RELATIONSHIPS, a book about the neurobiology of love for the Free Press (available January 2012). You can follow her on Twitter at @kaytsukel.
NOTE: Several essays and short features are available for reprint. Please contact Kayt if you are interested in availability and rates. Thank you.