Juxtaposed with winter holidays, this emotional poem explores the seasons of romantic love in five parts. Read this new piece, yet to be titled.
Over time, I’ve found a love for short stories. A writer can pack a lot of meaning and symbolism into these small pieces, which simultaneously devastate, enlighten and inspire.
The year has many exciting opportunities in store, as I devote more time to my art and writing. Find out what’s happening on my creative journey, and join me for an upcoming event!
A new series! Inspired by emerging talent, I find myself writing poetry for the first time in years. Not every day gives birth to a poem, so I started taking notes. Follow the hashtag on social media!
It’s time. I’m excited to share that I am relaunching my blog! This time, the writing will explore new topics, relate new adventures, and even offer creative advice. I’m eager to see where the creative expression will lead! Read the first new posts: Tireless with a Twist Honoring Our Layers The Danger of Open Doors…
“The power of imagination makes us infinite.”
— John Muir
In 2016, I started writing short stories as a way to study the writing craft and tap into more creativity. Take a look at what’s shaping up to be the first five!
“Dreaming, after all, is a form of planning.” — Gloria Steinem
Two pieces of my writing have been selected for literary journals and a third has been solicited for an anthology. In the coming weeks, my creative work will appear in print! “Look Up,” a story pending in Still Point Arts Quarterly “While you held calla lilies,” a poem published in the Aurorean Learn more about…
It’s #FictionFriday! To celebrate, I’m sharing an excerpt from Part II of my novel about the Aurora Borealis! Get a glimpse of the work before it’s picked up. For a limited time, you can read the Aurora Novel Excerpt posted on the Writing section of my website. Just click the link above, and enter the…