Faith Brynie writes short nonfiction articles for numerous magazines
on subjects ranging from women’s clothing styles to
the newest in mathematical theorizing.
She often writes for the newsletters and Web publications
of the Dana Foundation (neuroscience).
In Autism, Movements May Not Quickly Become Habit
Researchers Puzzle Out How the Brain Learns Odors
New Evidence Supports the Cognitive Reserve Hypothesis of Alzheimer’s Disease
Language Changes How the Brain Recognizes Colors
Brynie is also a regular contributor to the children’s science magazine Odyssey.
She enjoys writing personality profiles and adventure pieces,
as well as articles that interpret science for nonscience audiences.
Her short humor pieces have been published in
Good Housekeeping and Writer's Digest,
and a series of her travel essays
appeared in British newspapers in the 1990s.
Brynie also writes short fiction,
especially in the horror and mystery genres.
Her stories (under the pseudonym Caitlin Burke)
have appeared in
Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, Thema, Midnight Zoo,
Next Phase, Heart Attack, Over My Dead Body, Haunts,
Dark Infinity, NightDreams,
The Obligatory Sin, Glyph, Good News/Bad News,
and High Fantastic (Colorado Science Fiction Anthology).
Faith Brynie now writes a blog for Psychology Today magazine.
Her blog, Brain Sense, explores new research
on the brain and the senses.
Read it here.