This is kind of old news, but I was taking a stroll through the ol’ blog and saw that I never posted an update when this essay went live. Still thankful for the opportunity to write about my imposter syndrome. You Should Do This Thing You Can’t is about my experiences …

I’m looking forward to sharing the story of how I consciously chose to start calling myself a writer–finally–at nearly forty-years-old later this month in Proximity Magazine’s weekly blog, True. Don’t be like me, writers. Don’t wait to own what you do!

I am super-jazzed that my essay, Future Perfect, will be published in the August 2017 edition of Hippocampus Magazine. I love Hippocampus, and I am honored to be a contributor. In Future Perfect, during a chance encounter in the grocery store, I grapple with what the future will look like for my family. …

I’m thrilled and honored to announce that I will have a short piece of nonfiction in an upcoming column of River Teeth’s Beautiful Things series. A description of the series from their website: “Glimpses, glimmers, meditations, moments, reflections, refractions, interrupted shadows, river shimmers, darkened mirrors, keyholes, kaleidoscopes, earring hoops, slabs of …