I'm a writer, teacher and freelance editor living in the Boston area, where I've spent the last 15 years or so.
I earned my MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Emerson College in 2013, and while I've written some fiction, I'm most drawn to nonfiction work: personal essays, memoir and literary journalism. I've published essays in a number of literary journals and lately have been writing about America's public lands for National Parks Magazine.
Since 2014, I've taught courses on creative nonfiction and specific craft topics at GrubStreet, a nonprofit writing center in Boston's literary district. I also do private consulting on manuscripts. See my "Teaching" and "Consulting" pages for more info.
In a former life, I worked at an artisanal bakery making pastries. My palms are less callused now and the honorable burn scars are fading, but I still like to make pies.