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I’m at work on a coming-of-age memoir about how a mother’s mental illness can both hinder and inspire a daughter’s growth as a woman and as a writer.

At Books Can Save a Life, I share remarkable literary fiction and nonfiction: books and writers that have touched my life in a personal, meaningful way. I love to share the reading journeys of my readers and followers as well.

I write and produce “From Where I Stand,” an audio nature series, and my poetry has been published in online and print journals.

ARTICLES

Library Journal: “Reading and Living the Creative Life”  May 15, 2013

AUDIO ESSAYS

From Where I Stand – A nature series on Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built + Natural Environments.

#1 “Water Bewitched”

#2 “The Ancient Ones”

POETRY

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“At Casa Guidi,” Loveliest Magazine, Winter 2016

“My Sicily,” Mediterranean Poetry, Winter 2016

“Confession,” Origins, Fall 2015

“Nadezhda, If You Were Here,” Great Lakes Review, Fall 2013 and Verse-Virtual June 2015

“City Beautiful,” Great Lakes Review, Fall 2013 and Soul-Lit, Winter 2016

“Our House,” Writer Online, 2000

ESSAYS

Writer Online: “Confessions of a Shadow Artist”  2000

Democrat & Chronicle: “Virginia Woolf, Mental Illness & ‘The Hours'” 2002

Writer Online: “Tomcat” 2003

INTERVIEWS

“Simplify and Persist” Creative Nonfiction, August 2016

Depression Getaway, July 2016

BOOKS

Three educational books for children, Franklin Watts/Grolier

HONORS & AWARDS

Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts, Artist’s Residency 2004

Honorable Mention, “Looking for Grace” (Personal Essay) Writer’s Digest 2002

The National Alliance for Mental Illness, New York State: Exceptional Public Awareness Award 1993

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