It’s been a while since I’ve had news like this to report, and I’m thrilled to share it: My short story “Turn the Page” appears
Thanks to the awesome folks at PYTCo, I wrote a one-act play, and it was performed in a reading at the historic Sampson Theatre in
I was thrilled to find out late this summer that I’d been nominated in the Best Published Author category in the 2021 Best of Rochester—and
Thrilled to announce that “Leftovers,” a story that won the Charles McCorkle Hauser Prize for Prose from the Chautauqua Literary Arts Friends in 2018, has
Thrilled to announce that my short story “Caller Thirty-Three” received an honorable mention in the 2020 Writer’s Digest Writing Competition, the category of mainstream/literary short
Until earlier this month, I didn’t know spine poetry was a thing—but now I do, and I love it. Many thanks to my literary partner
Yesterday I published my first piece on Medium—nonfiction, for a change of pace! Click here to read it. I hope you’ll give it a read
Head to the Penn Yan Public Library on August 19th for a reading by the authors who took part in our first workshop. Alex and
Check out this shot of the crowd at my reading of “The Stone Wife” last night!
Check out this interview I did with The Finger Lakes Times. And if you can, pick up a copy and flip it below the fold
“The Stone Wife” is getting some reviews over on Amazon, and even got some press on What Women Write. Check it out here!