Lori Kozlowski is an author, journalist, and digital editor.
As a journalist, she has written about various topics ranging from graffiti to growing businesses, the evolution of blue jeans to the disintegration of blues songs. She has also written about science, technology, the arts, and books.
Fascinated with the underground and the off-beat, her first book is about the mafia in her hometown—Las Vegas. Her short stories have been published by Akashic Books and the University of Nevada Press.
See below for a list of some of her publications:
Selected Publications and Articles
Working and Not Working: American Tradition, American Peril
The Mark of Capone: Chicago Violence Then and Now
A Startup For Smarter (And More) Voters
What Innovation Looks Like In 2012
Where Is L.A.’s Tech Economy Headed?
A Startup To Democratize The Stock Market
The Future Of The Web Looks A Lot Like You
Attention Heroes: Who Will Save The World’s Oceans?
Dot Com Boom, Take 2?
A New Way To Save The Book Industry, Pixel By Pixel
How To Bring Cities Together
How To Make Your Smartphone Smarter
How To Start Your Own Record Company
The Beach House Effect: The Power of Accelerator Location
Biotech: The High Stakes Table of Entrepreneurship
Women in Tech: Female Developers By the Numbers
Start-Ups in L.A.: Growing Scene is Almost Famous
Wishing to Change the World for Women
The Women of OccupyLA Speak Out About Hard Times
Author Sherry Turkle on ‘Alone Together’: Why We Expect More from Technology & Less from Each Other’
Conversations in Science: How to Turn Sunlight Into Fuel
Book Review: ‘Euphemania’ by Ralph Keyes
‘Addicted to Energy’: One Venture Capitalist’s Plans for Future Efficiency
Conversations in Science: Microbes on a Saturday Night? They’re the Ultimate Drinking Buddies
Conversations in Science: Can the U.S. Give Up the Yardstick?
Conversations in Science: Author of ‘In Your Face: The New Science of Human Attraction’ on Our Faces and Perception
‘The World in 2050′ : Predictions for the Arctic and Everything Below
The History of Unicorns and the Curious Case of One Gone Missing in New York City
‘Food Justice’ : Playbook for the Future of Food
The Future of Writing on Tablets: A Q&A with Information Architects
Conversations in Science: How Jellyfish are Informing the Future of Engineering
Conversations in Science: The Brain’s Natural Shortcuts and Why You Shouldn’t Always Go with Your Gut
In Conversation with John Adams, Founder of the Natural Resources Defense Council
Fatima Bhutto’s Love-Hate Affair with Her Native Pakistan: A Review of ‘Songs of Blood and Sword’
Conversations in Science: How Science and Religion Can Live Together
Science Meets Science-Fiction: The Science Behind ‘Iron Man’
Conversations in Science: Refining the Search for Extraterrestrial Life
The History of the Future: A Clean, Green Tech Lesson with Alexis Madrigal
Conversations in Science: Solar Power: Karl Wolfgang Boer’s Lifetime of Green Discoveries
Conversations in Science: Will L.A. Lose Its Cool? An Optimistic Look at Global Warming
Conversations in Science: MIT Designs Fleet of Robots to Clean Up Oil Spills
Author Gavin Pretor-Pinney’s ‘The Wave Watcher’s Companion’ Explores the Undulations of Everything
An American Matador’s Encounters with Bulls and Hemingway
The ‘Jane Goodall of ants’ on Why California Might Be Just One Big Ant Colony
Jumbo Squid Invasion
Inventing the Plants of ‘Avatar’
A Dark Arctic Tale Set After the Ice Melts
Why is Ludmilla Petrushevskaya Drawn to the Dark?
Biologist Richard Dawkins on the Evolution Debate
Q&A with Max Blumenthal, Author of ‘Republican Gomorrah: Inside the Movement that Shattered the Party’
Cobra Snake is Young, Making Money and Still Using Coupons
Bringing Science Back into America’s Sphere
‘Between XX and XY: Intersexuality and the Myth of the Two Sexes’
Life in L.A.: Dr. Will Kirby, Tattoo Remover
Are We Worrying about Aging Too Young?
Buzz Aldrin on His New Book, Space Exploration, and Rapping with Snoop Dogg
Bigfoot: Why Do We Believe in You?
Evolution to Your Rescue
‘Smallpox — The Death of a Disease,’ a Q&A with Dr. D.A. Henderson
Punk’s Not Dead, and This is Your Guide: Q&A with Author Nicholas Rombes
What is There to Worry about in the 21st century?
Romeo and Juliet with Guns
Dr. Larry Dossey and Your Internal Crystal Ball
Is Swine Flu a Conspiracy?
Urban Beekeepers Know It’s More Than Just Honey and Money
Talk Retro to Me, Baby
Exploring ‘China Underground’
‘Drink Play F#@k’: Doesn’t the Title Really Say it All?
Who’s Making America Fat? On Un-Stuffing the Nation
Why are We So Snarky? David Denby Thinks He Knows