Books

In addition to writing two cookbooks, I've worked as an editor-for-hire for other authors and major publishing houses. Two books I helped edit were nominated for James Beard Foundation Awards.

Here's a sample of outlets I've written for: 

Articles 
 

The Washington Post
EatingWell
Sunset
Restaurants & Institutions
Culture

Health
Fine Cooking
Saveur
Vegetarian Times

Women's Health

Serious Eats
Edible Silicon Valley
Cooking Light
The Kitchn
Civil Eats

Parents

My work has been referenced in: 

The New York Times
The Los Angeles Times
NPR

The Splendid Table
Real Simple

The Christian Science Monitor
Cooking Light
Parade
James Beard Foundation
Oprah Magazine
Jerusalem Post Magazine

San Francisco Chronicle
Redbook
Epicurious
Library Journal
Serious Eats 

Miami Herald
The Huffington Post

and more
 

The Internet has plenty of yogurt how-to’s, but I found the most accessible and complete guide in a book called “Yogurt Culture,” by Cheryl Sternman Rule, published last year. Her book made homemade yogurt seem not only easy, but also kind of essential. 

~The New York Times, 2/24/16

Marketing copy


 

I've written a lot of it for different purposes, including to:


name and explain innovative technology

launch new products

attract trade show visitors

highlight corporate values
spur event 
attendance

promote local sourcing

highlight farmworkers' rights

up check averages

announce safety recalls

celebrate cultural holidays


and much more

 
 





 

Academic writing

Eritrea Country Profile in

African Higher Education: An International Reference Handbook

Damtew Teferra and Philip. G. Altbach, eds., Indiana University Press 
 

Using Cases in Higher Education: A Guide for Faculty and Administrators
by James P. Honan and Cheryl Sternman Rule, Jossey-Bass


Casebook I: Faculty Employment Policies
James P. Honan (Editor), Cheryl Sternman Rule (Editor), Jossey-Bass

Teaching Notes to Casebook I: A Guide for Faculty and Administrators
by James P. Honan and Cheryl Sternman Rule, Jossey-Bass