I am a freelance and creative writer, and have been lucky enough to receive fellowships from Pam Houston’s WritingXWriters and the Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing. I am the recipient of the Maine Literary Award for Short Nonfiction, the Glascock Prize in Poetry, and the Katherine McFarland Prize for fiction, and my work has been nominated for Best of the Net, the Pushcart Prize, and Best Microfiction. I have participated in panels at various conferences, including BEA, AWP, and the Audio Publishers Association Conference.
I currently live in the woods of Maine with my wild family and my very tame dog.
“No Country for Daughters,” The Normal School, 2022
“We Don’t Talk About Recovery,” The Rumpus, 2022
“Dear Parents, Know This,” Contrary Magazine, 2021
“Juggling My Children, My Alcoholic Babysitter, and My Sobriety,” The New York Times, 2021
“The Mass of Invisible Labors,” Waterwheel Review, 2021
“What We Want Is Simple,” Atticus Review, 2020
“The Building of Forts,” Decor Maine, 2021
“I am Here and Here and Here,” Complete Sentence Magazine, 2021
“We Go to the Water,” Prairie Schooner, 2021
“I Hate Those Moms,” Scary Mommy, 2020
“The Strongest Cookie,” Hippocampus, 2012
Book Review: The Correspondence Artist by Barbara Browning, KGB Lit Mag, 2011
Book Review: Netsuke by Ricki Ducornet, KGB Lit Mag, 2011
“The Least Important Election in U.S. History,” Esquire Magazine, 2007
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