I write the fantastical and dreamy, grounded in reality. I love brushing against the magic silks as I go through the day–driving into work in the first licks of dawn, watching my breath as I walk along the canal at lunch, hearing the trees whisper as I roll out the green and black bins full of the debris of our existence. I am certain that given a chance, I would get lost in the silks and find the way to the other worlds. But I am ultimately too practical, and I have a brilliant boy with curious eyes to guide through this world.
A Storm in a Teacup, TheNewVerse.News 2017
Whole for a Night, Crosswinds Poetry Journal Vol. II - 2017
Weed Garden, Stone Telling 13: Hope
Doors, Apex Magazine #68
Go Ahead and Howl, Camroc Press Review
Fox’s Vow, StarLine, Summer 2014
Deflorer, Totems, Calling, and Crow’s Feast, Neon #38
Inheritance, Rust + Moth, Spring 2014
Falling, Ode to the Barista, and River-Mother, Mused, Fall 2012
2015: Arvon workshop: Improvisation for Writers with Stella Duffy, Niall Ashdown, and Patrick Marber.
2009: Attended a conference dedicated to the work of Diana Wynne Jones held in Bristol, UK.