Becky W. Evans launched ThreeBeats Media after a decade as a journalist covering environment, immigration and commercial fisheries (the original “three beats”). Her writing about federal immigration policy, federal fisheries policy, climate change impacts, environmental justice and other topics led to fishing trips in Buzzards Bay and Georges Bank and reporting trips to Louisiana (Deep Horizon Oil Spill), Oregon/Washington (salmon fisheries), and Guatemala (immigration/deportation). As a grad student at Boston University, she spent a semester in Washington D.C. covering U.S. Rep. Barney Frank and the rest of the Massachusetts Congressional Delegation. Her writing has appeared in The Standard-Times, The Cape-Cod Times, The Boston Herald, National Fisherman Magazine, Inc. Magazine, The Worcester Telegram, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, The Austin American-Statesman, The Dayton Daily News, and Harvard Business School Publishing (case studies).

Now as a creative writer, Becky pens essays and poetry focused on themes of nature, place and memory (the new “three beats”). She is grateful to be part of two contemplative writing workshops in the Boston area. She enjoys hosting “Type Night” parties for small groups of friends gathered around vintage typewriters to discover (or rediscover) the art of slow communication.