We are a species that needs and wants to understand who we are. Sheep lice do not seem to share this longing, which is one reason why they write so little.
– Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird
Growth – Originally published in the Gettysburg Review, republished on Redux
Not Exactly Bedtime Stories – Salon.com
Taboo – Pithead Chapel, Pushcart nominee
Batter Up – Brain, Child Magazine
Mysterious Case of the Girl Gang Member – Solstice: A Magazine of Diverse Voices
Collaborators – SweetLit
The House on Congress Street – Newfound Journal
Thank you for Listening – The Manifest-Station
The Memoirist – Lunch Ticket, Pushcart nominee
On Magic – Winner of the WEKU (an NPR Station) & Skirt magazine’s This We Believe contest. Recorded for WEKU special.
Torn – The Baltimore Review, plus a notable mention in The Best American Essays 2007, also recorded for The Drum
Unexpecting – Literary Mama
Fine Art of Sloughing – New Plains Review
The following were published in View from the Cube/Boston Globe’s now-defunct weekly column about life in the office
And one more, from Boston Globe Magazine’s Perspectives
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