Write by hand first, read again, make small edits there, then type. This is how I work best.
I received wonderful news recently, that my story “St. Germaine and Blinking Colored Lights” was chosen to be printed in New Hampshire’s Emerging Writers: An Anthology, put together by Z Publishing. Pre-order here.
My short story “Voicemail” was published in Litro! This one took a while to write as I struggled with my own grief, and capturing the details of what that looks like in daily life. Read it here.
I have another ten-week section of Novel in Progress starting on January 10th, from 6-9pm. Follow the link for more information! https://grubstreet.org/findaclass/class/novel-in-progress-16/
I’ll be teaching another round of Novel in Progress this fall at GrubStreet! Class starts September 8th, and run for ten Friday’s from 6-9pm. Scholarships are available! Follow the link for more information.
Know a teen in the Boston area who loves to read and write stories full of imagination? Send then my way! In August I’ll be holding a week long workshop on writing speculative fiction for teens ages 13-18. Scholarships are available! Follow the link below for more information.
Flash Fiction Magazine published my short “Baby Girl” over the summer. Read it here: https://flashfictionmagazine.com/blog/2016/07/04/baby-girl/
Join me at Grubstreet on Tuesday, April 11th for a FREE writing session! Click here for more info!
Join me on February 16th with other fabulous writers at Book and Bar in Portsmouth. Starting at 7pm, the University of New Hampshire MFA students will be reading poetry, nonfiction, and fiction. It’s quite the line up!
Listen in on Monday, February 20th at 6pm by tuning into Writers in the Round on Portsmouth Community Radio. I’ll be reading in good company with other writers and musicians. Join us for an hour of storytelling!