Writing

I am only beginning to think about myself as a writer.  Okay, fine, I still don’t.  It’s a journey.  Still, I’m honored and thrilled that my writing has appeared in various places, online and in print.

I am fortunate to have had my work included in these four print anthologies:

The HerStories Project: Women Explore the Joy, Pain, and Power of Female Friendship

Torn: True Stories of Kids, Career, and the Conflict of Modern Motherhood

So Long: Short Memoirs of Loss and Remembrance

Paige Leaves: Essays Inspired by New England

I am actively looking for additional opportunities and would love to hear from you if you are looking for a guest post, an interview, or any kind of writing.  I look forward to hearing from you.  A few of my online pieces appear here:

The Worry and Wonderment – at Brain, Child

10 Things I Want my Daughter to Know Before She Turns 10 – at the Huffington Post

Family and the Fourth of July – at Mamapedia

There is Room for All of Us – at Jennifer Pastiloff’s Manifestation Station

My Subject Chose Me – an essay at Literary Mama

Why Summer is my Sad Season – an essay at BlogHer

Celebrating the Everyday – a book review at Literary Mama

A Foot in Two Worlds - an editorial in the Princeton Alumni Weekly

Overcoming the Guilt of Underscheduling Our Kids at Zen Family Habits

Libraries Matter at World’s Strongest Librarian

Speed and Stillness at Chicken & Cheese

Meaning or meaning at Cleavage

Flickering Faith at Motherese

Casseroles are grace at The Kitchen Witch

Some of my favorite posts are here:

It’s Always Worth it to Play

The Story I Can’t Stop Telling

Change, and Christmas lights

Holding Ambiguity and Emanating Peace

Violence and Glory. Ends and Beginnings

Bearing Witness and Pushing Through

Seven

The Dream that is Living Me

Why I Write

Sadness at Lake Champlain

A Heart, a Gift, and Wonder

The Other Side

Puzzles

Landslide

Midlife Maps

Exercise Pants

 


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