Wednesday, June 20, 2018

At The Grief Diaries

My essay, "Let d Be the Distance Between Us," is currently available at The Grief Diaries, "a magazine of art and writing about loss." It's part of their Volume 4, Issue 1 Anniversary Issue. I invite you to read it!

While you're there, check out the other writing and art--lots of crackerjack intergenerational nonfiction as well as moving fiction, translations, poetry, art, and a photo essay. Beautiful work in this current issue as well as in the archives!

It's exciting to have work in part of a larger conversation about mothers, daughters, love, and grief. I'm grateful.


Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Interview with Thunder Bay Public Library

Over at "Off the Shelf," the blog for the Thunder Bay Public Library, you can read an interview with me. In it, I talk about working with scientists and engineers, publishing in literary journals, and the big umbrella that is "creative nonfiction."

Shauna Kosoris asked great questions, and I had a lot of fun answering them. Thank you so much for the opportunity!

In one of my answers, I mentioned revising one particular essay many times--I'm pleased that this essay, "Entanglement," has been accepted by Atticus Review. Stay tuned for its publication date.

While you're at "Off the Shelf," check out some of the other content--book reviews, recommendations, and interviews.
Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Vote

Elections are underway on both sides of the border--primaries in the US, and tomorrow, the Ontario Provincial election in Canada.

This was my first time to vote in an election in Canada. I voted early. I didn't have to wait at all. It was easy and fabulous. (Fingers crossed the result will be, too.)

Vote.


EDITED TO ADD: Seriously, Ontario? Sigh.