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A Little Background

I’m a writer and creative writing college instructor living in the Boston area. I got my M.F.A. in Creative Writing from NYU in 2011. I’ve been writing since the age of eight, ever since The Black Stallion by Walter Farley galloped into my heart. After I had gotten a series of stories about horses out of my system, I started becoming interested in realistic fiction. I couldn’t imagine doing anything but writing for a living and I hope to make a career out of my passion.

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How to Use Writerly Life

Whether you are an experienced writer with novels under your belt, or a newcomer to the writing world, Writerly Life is for you. Every weekday and Sunday, you’ll find inspirational writing exercises and photos, tips for improving your technique, advice for getting published, reviews of writing books and tools, and general thoughts about what it means to be a writer. Here at Writerly Life, I write about how to keep a creative thread running through your daily life, and how to put your experience to work in fiction.

My Fiction

I write literary fiction or short stories, but also plan to write novels in the future. Stories of mine have been published in Descant, Green Hills Literary Lantern, The Allegheny Review, Teen Ink, The Virginia Adversaria, The Best Young Writers and Artists in America, The Best Teen Writing of 2005, Quality Women’s Fiction, The Claremont Review, Prism Magazine, The Armchair Aesthete, and elsewhere.

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This is me at Shakespeare and Co., a famous Parisian bookstore that was a meeting place for the likes of Ernest Hemingway, T.S. Eliot, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound, Ford Madox Ford, and many other gifted authors. My dream is to someday have a book sold here next to those greats!