I mostly write essays, and sometimes I write stories. Sometimes I write essays that sound like stories. I also write articles, interviews, vignettes, and poems. And long, meandering emails.
Often I’m not sure how to define what I write, so I let pieces settle into those vast spaces between and around genres.
My work has been published in Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, Hobart, Painted Bride Quarterly, PULP Magazine, Duende, Pigeonholes, Heron's Nest, and Frogpond, among others.
Select Published Pieces
My Anger Saw An Angel Once, Pulp Magazine
Seeing the Sun, Hobart
Advent, Painted Bride Quarterly
Giving Myself To It, Don't Talk To Me About Love
A Slow Drive Home, Liar's League NYC
The Spiritual Legacy of Mary Oliver, Tricycle: The Buddhist Review
Why Trees are the Ultimate Meditation Teachers, Tricycle: The Buddhist Review
Here are all of my articles published in Tricycle: The Buddhist Review.