A humorous piece, I-Object.org: You're Invited to Sign a Petition, up now at Monkeybicycle
Boston Literary Magazine has my 100-word A Time to Refrain from Embracing
After the Cabaret is at Star 82 Review: My photograph and the 18 words it inspired.
Up now at SPACES: My 2 short videos: Trees and The Andersons, featuring photos I took and my narration of the micro-stories they inspired.
My flash fiction You Were the Girl Who is live at Black Heart Magazine.
My current home is the South,
USA, but I hail from New England and dream of life in the Mojave. My family
tree features several writers, including the American poet Muriel Rukeyser and
the Manx novelist Hall Caine. I work hard with gifts sent down through blood.
A Skidmore College fiction award winner, I was an art major until I switched to the infinitely more practical English/creative writing. My Creative Writing MA is from Lancaster University, UK. I was a Senior Book Buyer for the wholesaler Baker & Taylor until I left to devote myself to mothering and writing.
I write to escape, to belong, and because I can’t stop. Believe it, I’ve tried.
My work appears in numerous
publications. Click here for a
For a while I owned a tiny used bookstore in the Hudson Valley, New York. It was there I met the inspiration for Marko, the protagonist of my as-yet unpublished novel, Not on Fire, Only Dying. Click here to read a synopsis and excerpt.
Right this moment I’m probably writing, or parenting, or dreaming of the desert, but why not say hello?