Hi! You’ve reached the website for Timothy Malcolm, a writer and editor based in Houston, Texas.
I’m the content manager of Southern Smoke Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit organization that supports members of the food and beverage industry in crisis nationwide.
Previously, I was dining editor of Houstonia, a city and regional magazine based in Houston where I oversaw food-and-drink content in both the quarterly print product and daily at houstoniamag.com. Before that, I wrote in a freelance capacity for a variety of publications and media outlets, including Paste, Hudson Valley Magazine, Chronogram, October, Orange Magazine, the Times Herald-Record, The Hardball Times, and Weill Cornell Medicine.
Here are some pieces that I wrote during my time as a freelance writer:
- The Great Outdoors: My final piece as a resident of the Hudson Valley is this cover story for Hudson Valley Magazine describing the best spots to hike, climb, bike and swim.
- The Craft Beverage Industry Flourishes in the Hudson Valley: For Chronogram, a deep rundown of the past, present and future of craft beverage in the Hudson Valley, including a look at cider profitability and a beer bubble.
- A Hudson Valley Beer Tour Down the Taconic State Parkway: I wrote this travelogue of the exciting beer scene in the eastern Hudson Valley for October.
- Old Friends: Heirloom Harvest: I wrote this profile of renowned heirloom gardener Amy Goldman for Chronogram.
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