A MacDowell Fellow and MFA graduate, my writing has been published in The New York Times, The Sun, and in numerous literary journals and anthologies.
I’m working on a memoir about the gritty miracle of twin pregnancy, the story of my year of waiting without pants — first in doctors’ offices through IVF, then as a “high-risk” mom-to-be of multiples, and finally, in the hugeness of the last trimester.
I’m excited to be writing on a regular basis now for The Huffington Post, and getting lots of feedback— from doctors, patients and parents alike—on “20 Things I Wished I Could Say to My Fertility Doctor When I Was Her Patient,” and “A Twin Mom’s Post-Infertility Survivor Guilt.”
The Fertility Authority, an amazing online resource for all things fertility-related, recently featured my blog. Please stay in touch through social media:
“Her stories have heart, humor, and a keen eye for human foibles.”
Editor and Publisher of The Sun
“A rare writer who can give us a particular story of a very particular family that ends up speaking volumes about the state of the family, our lives, and our culture.”
—Theo Pauline Nestor
Author of How to Sleep Alone in a King-Sized Bed and Writing is My Drink
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Late Motherhood is My Midlife Crisis in Reverse
Featured on The Huffington Post Parents, this was another shout out to lingering angst as a post-IVF parent and an adult child of divorce. Thanks, Mom, for taking this one in stride.Read more »