Into the Light

Dear readers, I’m incredibly excited to share news that a piece I worked on for most of 2014 was accepted by Works (of Fiction) in Progress Journal and -best of all- you can actually read it.

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Hello, Stranger

Two and a half weeks is long enough for everything to go strange. When I returned home last night, our …

Five

When I was seven or eight, my parents bought me a Funk & Wagnalls encyclopedia that spanned the top shelf …

Boundaries, Binders and Bravery

Earlier this month, I met with the fabulous Frances McCue who, among many things, is a writer, co-founder of Seattle’s Richard …

Habits, New and Old

While it is, apparently, a myth that habits take 21 days to form, I do feel a little bereft now …

Halfway

Based on my encounters for the past two weeks, I know the first question lingering in your mind, so let’s …

What Is She Doing?

The title question is perhaps best answered when accompanied by another: “Are writers really introverts — or do we seek …

Vision

As a dying hurricane flings gusty winds at Seattle, and with them, tree limbs, power lines and a pantheon of …

Countdown

Today is one of those fall Sundays in Seattle that I live for: the sky is bright white with a …

Can We Talk?

If last summer was the season of shoulder, this summer was the season of the glute. Each year, I learn …

Otherhood

Warning: this week’s blog post, a comedic romp into the realm of the sadly under-utilized gluteous maximus muscle, is now …

This One Time At Writers Camp

Great art is clear thinking about mixed feelings. —WH Auden During a recent Pacific Northwest heat wave, two hundred writers …

Adaptation

With regard to weathering change, I’ve received more advice in the past few weeks than ever before. Major life shifts …

A Room of One’s Own

While it’s been many years since I’ve shared the cost of rent with someone, this isn’t to say that I …

Weights & Measures

Him:  We have to ask ourselves at a certain point in life if the goal isn’t how far we can …

Inspiration

It’s a rare opportunity when I can daylight the writing that I do that does not appear in this blog. …

What a Mother

Within the pantheon of idyllic perfection looms a lofty figure, one who overshadows beloved English professors, high school football coaches …

I Do Not Have a Problem

They say that the first step to kicking addiction is recognizing that you have a problem, however when I looked …

Women of EDGE

Want to participate in your local writing community? Come to a free reading by the 2013 EDGE Literary Artists at …