Shauna L. Nosler
Writer, Editor, and Blogger in Indianapolis, Indiana
Hey there. I’m Shauna—a writer and editor hailing from the great Pacific Northwest, now living in the landlocked Midwest. My writing has been featured in a number of publications including the national news organization, “U.S. News & World Report” and “USA Today” as well as many regional magazines and newspapers.
Over the years I’ve covered everything from major sporting events to national conventions and have written pieces on topics as diverse as gun control to school lunches, prison ministry to heart disease, and much more. Recently, most of my writing is concentrated around sustainable fishing practices including both wild-caught seafood and the emerging aquaculture industry; the future health of our oceans; and cooking seafood. As a coalition member for the Seafood Nutrition Partnership, I’ve been fortunate to meet and interview people from all over the world—people who share my interest in bringing more seafood to everyone’s dinner plate and those whose concern for our oceans has spurred a greater appreciation for sea life.
My portfolio showcases some of my published stories, but you can read more on my blog, Seafood is The New Black (dot) com, where I share recipes and tips for cooking seafood, news about the seafood industry—including the push for more sustainable practices—and showcase some of my favorite beach destinations and vacations centered around our oceans, rivers and lakes.
Interested in working with me? Get in touch: snosler@gmail | @shaunanosler | SeafoodIsTheNewBlack.com
Thanks for reading.