Editing series for LitChat, Revisit. Revise. Revive! Rethinking the Editing Process
On Kavanaugh, Ourselves, Medium
On Touchstones and Finding Writing Support Systems, at Read Her Like an Open Book
Griffin, a short story, in Catapult, March 2018
“Cadmium,” a short story, named a finalist in the Tuscon Festival of Books Literary Awards 2017.
“Driftwood,” a short story, named a finalist in December Magazine’s 2017 Curt Johnson Prose Awards, August 2017
Prism, a short story, in The Lindenwood Review, June 2017
Book Reviews for The Rumpus
Review of Another Place You’ve Never Been at Fiction Advocate
The Little Scar That Could, Medium
Things About Grief at maryvenselwhite.com
The Tribe’s the Thing, LitChat.com
What happened in my first writing workshop
Our family’s experience with international surrogacy
“Fortress for One,” a novel, shortlisted for the 2015 Santa Fe Writers Program Awards
Writing in the Round, LitChat.com
Writers have a complicated and ever-changing relationship with the reader. Who should your audience be?
Notes from a Writers Conference, LitChat.com
It’s Alive, LitChat.com
On creating life through creating characters.
My First Time, The Quivering Pen
Notes on a prolonged publication process.
On Fear and Historical Houses, LitChat.com
“Tell your story, guide your tour. It’s all you can do.”
Am I In Your Book?, Shelf Pleasure
Looking Inward, Opening Outward, The Debutante Ball
“Creativity, for me, stems from keeping an active mind and taking the time to indulge it.”
From Hand to Screen: Technology and the Writer, Author Magazine