Non-fiction

Most recent publication:

Wright, Khaliela S., “Feral Cat Fiasco: Loveable Until They’re Not.” IDAHO Magazine, January 2018.

 


Cover Stories

 

 


Other articles featured in IDAHO Magazine:

  • “A Flair for Solar Cooking, And Distrust of the “Hippy” Method.”
    August 2017.
  • “The Ravages of March: A Far-Flung Family Struck by Floods.”
    May 2017.
  • “No Janitor, No Lunch; But Loads of Attention in Idaho’s One-Room Schools.”
    December 2016.
  • “Elk-River Spotlight: At the End of the Road.”
    October 2016.
  • “Reverse Burglars: Don’t Leave Home without Them.”
    August 2016.
  • “Harvard Spotlight: Smack Dab in the Middle of Nowhere.”
    September 2015.
  • “School’s Out Forever: The End of a Tradition.”
    May 2015.
  • “The Cost of Charity: No Money, No Woodshed.”
    March 2015.
  • “On the Trail of Sasquatch: What Was That Thing in the Woods?”
    September 2014.
  • “Know Thy Neighbor: What Happens When the Gate is Closed.”
    July 2014.

Scholarly Publications

McCluskey, J.J., R.C. Mittelhammer, A.B. Marin, and K.S. Wright, 2007. “Effect of Eating-Quality Characteristics on Consumers’ Willingness to Pay for Gala Apples,” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 55(2):217-231.

Wright, Khaliela, James R. Nelson, and Orestes Vasquez. 2003. “Protecting Farmland From Development – How To Determine Which Lands Are Under The Most Pressure.” Southwestern Journal of Economics Vol. V, No.2: 86-98.

Vasquez, Orestes, Khaliela S. Wright, James R. Nelson, and Joel R. Hamilton. 2002. “Determining the Effects of Land Characteristics on Farmland Values in South-central Idaho.” Western Agricultural Economics Association.

Wright, Khaliela. 2002 “An Economic Analysis of U.S. Tariffs on Canadian Lumber Imports.” Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, University of Idaho. Working Paper Series.