The Lost Ogle is Oklahoma City’s most popular and revered digital media publication and social media influencer — at least that’s what we tell people when we ask for money.
Founded in 2007, the website is famous for its original, offbeat and irreverent coverage of Oklahoma news, media, politics, sports, music, pop culture and events. Featuring contributions from a diverse mix of local writers, weirdos and nitwits, the website receives about 40,000 to 50,000 user visits each week, and a social media reach that goes into the hundreds of thousands.
Here’s a little bit about the people who write most of our content:
Muckraker. Showrunner. Smartass.
Patrick Riley is co-founder, owner and publisher of The Lost Ogle. His duties include writing, editing, and poorly managing all site operations.
In his previous life, Patrick worked in the Marketing/Communications field. He holds a Bachelors degree in English/Creative Writing from the University of Central Oklahoma and got a huge kick out of being named Distinguished Alumni by Oklahoma City Community College, where he earned a very important Associate of Arts degree.
When not busy with his family, Patrick likes to complain about OU football, Thunder basketball and Cubs baseball.
Follow him on Twitter at @TheLostOgle
Pop-Culture Critic. Proud Latino-Choctaw. Taco Fanatic.
Louis Fowler has written regularly for over 100 different magazine and newspapers over the past two decades, as well as having been the host of the award-winning DAMAGED Hearing radio show in Fort Collins, Colorado. He holds a Bachelors degree in Journalism from Oklahoma City University and is a member of the Oklahoma Film Critics Circle.
Follow him on Twitter at @LouisFowler
Local Cynic. Professional Boozehound. Bikes to Work.
Lucas Dunn has written provincially, over the past three years, on topics ranging from Oklahoma music to profiles of peach farmers and complaints about municipal public transportation. He resides with his partner and their elderly cat. He hosts The Lost Ogle Network podcast Free Queso.
Follow him on Twitter @fernetbroncho
HAYLEY TWYMAN BRACK
Political Science Enthusiast. Millennial. Lifetime Student.
Hayley Twyman Brack has written and spoken for a variety of audiences over the last five years, from national research conferences and a psychology textbook chapter, to board game conventions and that one Star-Trek themed wedding. A graduate of the Oklahoma State University Honors College, Hayley also holds a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Central Oklahoma and minister credentials she downloaded from the internet.
Follow her on Twitter @squirrellygeek