Joshua Brockman

Writer, Multimedia Journalist, and Writing Coach

Business, technology, outdoor adventure, and the arts.
In my years writing magazine and newspaper features, covering breaking news, reporting on the radio, photographing, and teaching there’s been one constant: This engaging mix of topics and pursuits keeps me on an ongoing journey of discovery.

My Work

Writing

Writing

Read my stories in the The New York Times, Outside, and Kayaknews.com to see what sets my newspaper, magazine, and online reporting apart. Learn More

Radio

Radio

Listen for the humor and creative storytelling in my NPR reports. I converse with Stevie Wonder about accessible technology, play Wii Bowling with seniors, and ride shotgun in the car that won the X Prize. Learn More

Seminars

Seminars

Learn about my writing coaching and my innovative, journalism-inspired, one-hour seminars on email management and business writing. Learn More

Joshua Brockman

About Me

Joshua Brockman is an accomplished writer and multimedia journalist whose stories have been published by NPR, The New York Times, and Smithsonian, among many other national publications and broadcast outlets.

From 2008 to 2011, he covered consumer business, technology, and the arts for NPR as a reporter and producer—writing stories and blog posts for NPR.org—and as a frequent contributor to Morning Edition and All Things Considered. During his tenure, Brockman conversed with Stevie Wonder about accessible technology, went shopping at a gun show in Virginia, and rode shotgun in the car that won the X Prize. He won accolades from colleagues and listeners nationwide for the humor and creative storytelling in his reports.

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News & Events

The Scoop from Josh: For Brain Trauma, an Emerging Suite
of Diagnostic Gadgets

March 14, 2017
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Russia Sports

A new ecosystem of portable technologies has the potential to enhance our ability to treat and mitigate the effects of head trauma.

Joshua Brockman’s “Assignment: Fritz Scholder” Opens March 3 at Gebert Contemporary

February 23, 2016
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Ten years after Scholder’s death, this select group of photographs sheds light on the artist’s commitment to painting during his last years, and his passion for living with his own art, books, and ephemera.

Read and Listen to My Stories About Fritz Scholder

February 22, 2016
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Read and listen to my stories for The New York Times and NPR about Fritz Scholder including my Arts & Leisure profile, his obituary, and my story for All Things Considered.