Welcome to the hub for my writing life!
Curiosity dogs me wherever I go. What would it be like, really like, to be her or him?
What might these seemingly disparate things have in common?
How does this concept function in real time? The application of this theory - how does it work?
Every day I’m asking questions and so are you.
Our questions do many things. They draw us toward cosmos around us - the natural world and the human world, rife with fascination. They also draw out of us fragments of the stories that we that we tell ourselves. Stories of our aspirations and our fears, our identities and our relationships. These narratives, and the questions that bring them forth, form the fabric of our inner lives.
Asking questions and telling stories, I was doing them long before I thought of myself as a writer. But here I’m bringing to the page (or to the screen!) essays that explore my queries and my narratives.
What might happen if we followed a thought on identity or relationship, creature or cosmos to its unexpected end? I invite you to join me and find out.
A sometime writing teacher at our local university.
A wife and a mother.
A reader and a writer.
“Words can be like X-rays if you use them properly—they’ll go through anything. You read and you’re pierced.”
— Aldous Huxley, Brave New World
This site is the hub for all of my main works. On Instagram, however, I post shorter writings - micro essays. Follow me there for the “snack” form of what I do here.