Frank Catalano is a prolific writer of analysis, commentary and other forms of journalism. His regular columns and contributions have appeared in a wide range of online and print publications, and he has co-authored two Dummies books on digital and web marketing.
Frank most recently wrote the regular Business Matters column and the ongoing Places & Things column for Cascadia Daily News in northwest Washington state.
Frank was a long-time contributor to the education news site EdSurge (2012-21), where he last wrote the Edtech Reports Recap column. His latest take on the edtech industry explored three major trends over three decades in Tech & Learning (2022).
In addition, Frank was a founding columnist for the tech news site GeekWire and, at various times, a GeekWire podcast host, contributor and interim deputy editor (2011-19). He’s been a regular contributor to NPR/KQED’s MindShift (2012-13), TechFlash (2008-11), Puget Sound Business Journal (2000-02) and Seattle Weekly and Eastsideweek (1994-2004).
His fiction and speculative nonfiction credits include Omni, Analog, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Amazing, the Seattle Times and many others. He’s a former officer of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Association.
An archive of his published works is available on his Authory site.