In the fall of 2012 I moved from New York City to Denver to live with people experiencing homelessness at the Catholic Worker. In my work, whether in writing, painting or photography, I hope to find and suggest a shared vulnerability, a discovery which brings me great comfort.
My non-fiction has appeared in On Being, Guernica, The Catholic Worker, and my fiction is forthcoming in Cold Mountain Review. My photography and paintings have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, On Being, and The Passporte. I received my MFA in Fiction at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and was awarded the Swan Fellowship at the Vermont Studio Center for an interdisciplinary artist who writes and paints for the month of June 2019.
"Listen, if you can stand to.
Union with the Friend means not being who you've been,
being instead silence: A place: A view
where language is inside seeing."- RUMI