Daniel Krieger

Daniel Krieger, a contributing editor at Narratively, is a freelance journalist in New York. He contributes to The New York Times and his work has also appeared in Fast Company, Wired, Slate, Salon, and New York magazine.

Stories By Daniel Krieger

The Real People of Brooklyn’s Sex-Positive Group House

Yes, there are orgies and orgasm workshops. But even more fascinating is how 14 strangers turned this brownstone into the most supportive co-living arrangement in NYC.

Can These Simple Cargo-Hauling Bikes Save Our Cities?

How a scrappy collective of anti-capitalists and anarchists is changing the way New York gets deliveries—and possibly breaking our addiction to cars along the way.

This Rapid-Fire TV Host Has an Entire Studio Mounted on His Bike

Scouring the city street by street with the hardest working quiz-show master in New York.

Courtney Williams Is on a Mission to Get Black and Brown People to Bike

She fell in love with cycling, but was tired of never seeing anyone else who looked like her on two wheels. So she did something about it.

These Blind New Yorkers Are Biking Across New York City

How a bold new organization empowers people with vision impairments to experience the five boroughs like never before.

Paperless People #4: He Helped Protect Gay Nigerians. Then They Made Protecting Gay People Illegal.

An LGBT advocate who fled for his life speaks out on the agonizing process of applying for asylum while rebuilding his life across the ocean from his wife and young children.

Paperless People #3: “Lawyers are the New First Responders”

An attorney for asylum seekers on life in this brave new world.

Paperless People #2: “Tomorrow’s the Day I Find Out If I’m Going to Be Deported”

After getting caught up in white-collar crime, he rebuilt his life helping immigrants like him navigate the system. Now he faces the prospect of being torn from his wife, daughter...

Paperless People #1: “I Put My Life on the Line for This Country. My Mom Shouldn’t Have to Worry About Being Arrested.”

A Marine from the Bronx takes his bravest step yet: convincing his undocumented immigrant parents to come out of the shadows.