Reid Frazier

Reid Frazier

Reid R. Frazier is a writer and radio producer. His work has aired on NPR, Marketplace, Burn: An Energy Journal, and other places. He’s written for the Philadelphia Inquirer, Pittsburgh Quarterly and other magazines. He is an energy and environment producer for Pittsburgh public radio show, The Allegheny Front.

He was a reporter at the North Jersey Herald & News and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. He is a graduate of Hampshire College and holds a master’s degree in history from the University of Vermont.

He lives in Pittsburgh with his wife, Marijke, and their daughters Anya and Ruby.

Recent Stories

How One Woman Took On Shell To Save Her Town

Norco, Louisiana is named after the New Orleans Refinery Company, which built a highly polluting refinery there in the early 20th century. The Allegheny Fronts Reid Frazier tells the story of Norco resident, Margie Richard, who went all the way to the UN to protect her towns public health.