The Latest

Attending Conveying Science Through Art: A Public Engagement Workshop

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I have been accepted into Conveying Science Through Art: A Public Engagement Workshop, a 3-day workshop and 2-day field experience at the New York Academy of Sciences in September.

About the workshop:

Many people who believe that science is “not for them”, have only ever encountered it via formal, largely passive, classroom experiences. The New York Academy of Sciences, in partnership with Guerilla Science and Pratt Institute, wants to change that. This 3-day workshop is for individuals interested in creating experiences that mix science with art, music and play, to introduce new audiences to the excitement of scientific discovery.

Second Season of And Then Suddenly

My podcast about the sudden moments that turn our lives upside down returns! More episodes, more guests, and more moments.

Available wherever you listen to podcasts.

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2019 Pushcart Prize Nomination

Exposition Review has nominated my nonfiction piece, Everything I Could Dump Into a Prologue, for a 2019 Pushcart Nomination.


The Recent

Nonfiction Residency at Vermont Studio Center

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I returned to Vermont Studio Center to continue working on a memoir about illness and recovery for two weeks in January, 2019.

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2018 Finalist: Mission to (dit)mars Propulsion Lab

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Everything I Could Dump Into a Prologue published in Exposition Review's "Orbit" issue

Nonfiction Residency at Vermont Studio Center

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A two-week residency to work on a new creative nonfiction book about illness and the comedy of errors that is recovery.

October, 2017

410 Days Later" published by Smith and Krause

410 Days Later will be included an the anthology, 105 Five-Minute Plays for Study and Performance, edited by John Capecci and Irene Ziegler. Tentative publication date August, 2016.