“Hagar: A Story of To-Day” Featured on

Last fall, I wrote about women writers whose work has fallen into obscurity and out of print for the Los Angeles Review of Books: Ghosts on the Page: Alice Cary’s Hagar: A Story of To-Day and Other Lost Books. I recently discovered a phenomenal website, Lucy Scholes mentions the website […]

New Piece Published at LARB: “Beheaded”

The Los Angeles Review of Books published my personal essay “Beheaded” this morning. This piece started formulating in my head when my daughter and I were in Europe–everywhere we turned, it seemed, there were monuments to women who had been beheaded. It made me reflect on domestic violence and my […]

New Piece Published at LARB: “Ghosts on the Page”

The Los Angeles Review of Books published my piece on lost fiction by women writers this morning, “Ghosts on the Page: Alice Cary’s ‘Hagar: A Woman of To-Day’ and Other Lost Books.” If you’ve known me for any length of time, you will understand how much this means to me. […]

Poem in WordFest Anthology

I was honored to have a poem, “Evening, McAbee Beach,” published in the 2019 WordFest Anthology . The theme of this year’s anthology is water. I wrote this particular poem while visiting one of my favorite spots on Cannery Row in Monterey, California. WordFest is a part of the annual […]