"How the London Olympic Games
Will Revolutionize Food"
The Daily Beast July 24, 2012
"Is the Bank Foreclosure Deal Good Enough?"
The Daily Beast Feb. 13, 2012
The Daily Beast Feb. 13, 2011
"Doctor's Orders: Eat Well to Be Well"
The New York Times Sept. 21, 2010
Photo: Christopher Anderson
"Try the Red: Napa Learns to Sell"
The New York Times Feb. 16, 2010
"Heavy is the Toque at a State Dinner"
The New York Times Nov. 5, 2009
"A New Old Freebie: Restaurant Matches Return"
The New York Times Oct. 20, 2009
GQ April 2006
Photo: Aya Brackett
Mighty Be Our Powers: How Sisterhood, Prayer
and Sex Changed a Nation at War
By Leymah Gbowee, with Carol Mithers
Produced and edited by Katrina Heron
Beast Books, 2011
Gbowee's haunting and evocative memoir traces her world-changing peace activism in war-torn Liberia.
"No Lunch Left Behind"
The New York Times Feb. 19, 2009
Vogue Sept. 2005
"A Wonderful Life"
Come to the Table: The Slow Food Way of Living
Produced and edited by Katrina Heron,
with a foreword by Alice Waters
Rodale Inc., 2008
This companion book to Slow Food Nation 2008 "introduces readers to a remarkable group of fresh-food artisans working to keep our food supply delicious and diverse, for humans and the planet."
Interview with Gail Collins, op-Ed columnist for The New York Times, June 13, 2012
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Interview with Cecile Richards, President, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, June 14, 2011
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Interview with Ruth Reichl, Editor of Gourmet magazine, Sept. 29, 2009
Cover design: Chip Kidd
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SAFE: The Race to Protect Ourselves in a Newly Dangerous World
By Martha Baer, Katrina Heron, Evan Ratliff
and Oliver Morton
Four Wired colleagues teamed up to create SAFE, which "makes visible — and understandable — the high-stakes work being done by some of the most ingenious problem-solvers across the country and around the world, people committed to creating real and dependable security in the twenty-first century."