United States - California
Robin is a writer based in Los Angeles.
Through the 2000s she was senior reporter for The National Enquirer, and she continues to write for various media outlets. Over her career, she's published more than 1,000 articles worldwide.
Before she became a writer, she had a ten-year modeling career in Europe, where she learned to speak French, Spanish and Italian. In Paris, she wrote adaptations of French, Spanish and English songs. Her original lyrics include three hit songs in Europe and Japan, and a song featured in the French movie Joy.
Along the way she worked in production, writing coverage and developing scripts, and for an Italian news agency, writing and translating stories for international syndication.
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Sarco: the 3D Printable Suicide Pod
May 05, 2018
Bill Cosby and I
April 27, 2018
John Walker Lindh, American Taliban
March 27, 2018
Think Scripted TV Isn’t Educational? Watch 'A French Village'
January 12, 2018
READER FAVORITE: The Ancient Art of Yoga, and Why It’s Relevant Today
November 27, 2017
The Cheapening of Language
October 31, 2017
When Socialism Plays Out, Expect Misery
October 01, 2017
It's the President's Absolute Right to Pardon Whomever He Chooses
September 05, 2017
Feel You've "Completed" Your Life? You Can Die Now
August 21, 2017
Does It Pay to Appease an Evil Regime?
August 08, 2017
What Would Charlie Want?
July 24, 2017