Publications

Memoir Deserves Its Moment

Memoir Deserves Its Moment

Publishers Weekly

My Soapbox essay on memoirist Annie Ernaux’s Nobel Prize win appeared in the October 17, 2022 print issue of Publishers Weekly. It’s time we give more credence to writers, especially those from marginalized backgrounds, who dare to show up and tell their own stories on their own terms.

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We Can’t Eat Grass

We Can’t Eat Grass

The Banyan Review

When my partner and I bought our first house together in a manicured, suburban neighborhood, we decided to transform the land into a yard with purpose. Our sometimes humorous, other times maddening story of effecting change shows what’s possible when we dare to take up space and accept responsibility for our own lot.

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What Florida’s Parental Rights Law Means for LGBTQ+ Families

What Florida’s Parental Rights Law Means for LGBTQ+ Families

Jacksonville Mom

Signed by Governor Ron DeSantis last spring, the Parental Rights in Education law took effect over the summer and spawned similar bills in more than a dozen other states. Critics’ nickname for the legislation—the “Don’t Say Gay” law—says a lot about what’s in store for Florida’s LGBTQ+ families this academic year. 

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(a) river rising: Anthology of Women’s Voices

(a) river rising: Anthology of Women’s Voices

My work is in volumes I and III and is forthcoming in volume IV of Women Writing for (a) Change, Jacksonville’s anthologies. Each volume features women’s words and art from the Jacksonville community, centering on a new theme each year. The latest volume features writing from more than 95 diverse women writers. 

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How to talk with my son about what makes him different

How to talk with my son about what makes him different

Uncomfortable Revolution

In the absence of a formal diagnosis, helping my son understand his differences and learn to become his own advocate has been tricky. In this personal essay, what starts as a stressful event at school leads to a revolutionary conversation between us.

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Grace Leads the Way

Grace Leads the Way

Yoga Journal Magazine

Tucked in the Community section of the magazine, this article highlights Sacred Circles, an interfaith gathering at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC.

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Yoga can get you in the flow

Yoga can get you in the flow

The Writer

This short Take Note article harnesses recommendations from Jeff Davis, author of The Journey from the Center to the Page, on how to use yoga and breath work to enhance the practice of writing.

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My Yoga Mentor

My Yoga Mentor

Yoga Journal Online

These 5 articles featuring interviews with Patricia Walden, Doug Keller, Kelly McGonigal, and others were included in Yoga Journal magazine’s online series for teachers during my time as a freelance writer and yoga instructor in Washington, DC.

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