I write personal essays about girlhood, friendship, identity, family, and my experience as a white woman in the patriarchy.
My writing career started at Bridgewater State University, where I took creative writing classes and worked as an editor on Volume 6 of The Bridge. I’m the HR Manager at GrubStreet, a nonprofit creative writing center, where I’m also a graduate of the Essay Incubator program. I belong to two writing groups: the Draft Dodgers and the Roof Writers. Originally from the south coast of Massachusetts, I currently live in Boston. When I’m not reading, writing, or staring at spreadsheets for work, I can be found drinking copious amounts of coffee, walking around the pond near my home, and singing love songs to my cats.
They’ve helped my writing process immensely: