Meet the Staff

Robert J. Bliwise

Robert J. Bliwise

EDITOR

robert.bliwise@daa.duke.edu

As editor, Bliwise has overall responsibility for editorial direction and content and for representing the magazine to its various constituencies. He also teaches a seminar in magazine journalism through Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy.

Delecia Hatcher

Delecia Hatcher

STAFF ASSISTANT

delecia.hatcher@daa.duke.edu

Delecia oversees the magazine's administrative operations, including accounting, advertising, and mailings.

corbie hill

Corbie Hill

STAFF WRITER

corbie.hill@duke.edu

As staff writer, Corbie does what he knows best: he tells true stories. Prior to his position at Duke Magazine, Corbie spent a decade as a freelance journalist, where he covered an expansive array of topics including – but not limited to – science, nerd culture, home and garden, music, and literature. Corbie’s work has appeared in News & Observer, roots music journal No Depression, StarTrek.com, and a host of publications ranging from the hyper-regional to the international. When he’s not pursuing stories, Corbie’s first priority is time with his wife and two daughters, though Star Trek, working out, running, cooking, and music are all tied for second. Corbie is also the songwriter behind art-folk collective Land Is and an active musician in his chosen hometown of Pittsboro. Follow his exploits on Twitter at @afraidofthebear.

Scott Huler

Scott Huler

STAFF WRITER

scott.huler@duke.edu

Scott Huler is the senior staff writer. He is the author of six non-fiction books and has written on everything from the death penalty to bikini waxing, from NASCAR racing to the stealth bomber, for such newspapers as the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Los Angeles Times and such magazines as Backpacker, Fortune, and ESPN. His award-winning radio work has been heard on "All Things Considered" and "Day to Day" on National Public Radio and on "Marketplace" and "Splendid Table" on American Public Media. He hates wearing dress-up clothes.

Adrienne Martin

Adrienne Martin

MANAGING EDITOR

adrienne.martin@daa.duke.edu

As managing editor, Martin manages copy, time, space, and egos. She’s also the caretaker of the magazine’s Facebook page, and gives a glimpse of what goes on behind-the-scenes, and other musings, on Twitter. Follow her @amajomartin