Thrilled to have this recognition for my memoir manuscript!
While I’m scrambling to feel sane in the wake of the what-the-fuck-just-happened election, I’m trying to plan my reactions and responses by looking at events through the lens of parenthood.… Read more In The Cut on the heartbreak of now →
I’ll be reading a new piece at Seattle’s Lit Crawl on Oct. 27. It’s about the things we cannot leave behind. I’ll be reading with other… Read more Reading at Seattle’s Lit Crawl →
My essay “There is But One Choice: Confession or Some Form of Extinction” has received an honorable mention in the 2016 AWP Intro Journals Project, a literary competition for the discovery and… Read more Honorable mention, AWP Intro Journals Project →
I am so overwhelmed to have this critical essay published in the incredible journal Literary Mama. It explores how reading poet Bernadette Mayer’s book-length epic poem, Midwinter Day, which she wrote in a single day… Read more Exploring the impact of ‘domestic’ writing on the mother artist →
The playwright, Emily Conbere. The dramatic changes motherhood imposes onto one’s life tend to get all the attention. But partnership and marriage can do a number on you, too. And… Read more On mother artists: an interview with playwright Emily Conbere →
Today was an overwhelming day, because I had the opportunity to be surrounded by some of the most inspiring people I have met. As part of my job as the… Read more Write Fear →
On the other side of the door, a treat — anomaly throwback to the Other Time Ocean air wall, briny cool blue-gray mist seaweed hit. Snow-cloud shot to my lungs Silver-sky… Read more The Paper →