I am a language teacher, singer, and graphologist with a long memory for minutiae. Spirituality and a subtle feminism are the whack-a-moles of my musings appearing domestically and abroad in such publications as Ducts, The Delmarva Review, Kestrel, Angle and The Old Farmer’s Almanac. I have been featured on WYPR’s The Signal, Delmarva Today: Writers’ Edition, WNAV’s Panhandle Talk Radio, and Retirement Living TV’s Daily Café. My current project nearing completion is Reading My Mother’s Diaries: A Memoir in Handwriting Analysis.
A native New Englander with an MFA from Bennington Writing Seminars, an MLS from Southern Connecticut State University, and a BA from Bates College, I currently make my home on the Chesapeake Bay and teach English as a Second Language at Anne Arundel Community College.