Published Work

Profiles and Interviews

To Take Back, To Make Right, To Make Useful: Ana Maria Spagna talks about her new book Reclaimers. Soundings Review, Summer 2015
AMS-interview_Clip

Rewriting the Rules with Author Elissa Washuta, Bitch magazine (online),
13 Aug, 2014

Hugo House’s Brian McGuigan on Inspiring Your Own Creativity
We Were Just 17, Part III
, crosscut.com, 11 August, 2014

Chicago’s Wealth Divide Teaches Seattle’s Art Scene How to Bridge the Gap
We Were Just 17, Part II, 
crosscut.com, 15 July, 2014

Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen gets the F* Out of Her Own Head
We Were Just 17, Part I,
 crosscut.com, 1 July, 2014

Reviews

10 Novels for Summer Reading. Brain, Child online, 3 July 2015

How to Grow Up by Michelle Tea. The Rumpus, April 2015

Love and War: How Militarism Shapes Sexuality and Romance by Tom Digby. Bitch magazine. Bitch magazine, Issue 66, Spring 2015
Bitch No 66 LOVE+WAR Review Clip

Pale Hope in a Dreary Place: Review of Pale Harvest by Braden Hepner.
High Country News, 16 February, 2015

She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry Will Probably Make You Cry….
Bitch magazine (online), 28 January, 2015

My Body is a Book of Rules by Elissa Washuta. The RUMPUS, 18 November, 2014

Tragedy, Coincidence, and Patterns: Review of Downwind: A People’s History of the Nuclear West by Sarah Alisabeth Fox. High Country News, 15 September, 2014

My Body is a Book of Rules, by Elissa Washuta. Bitch magazine, Issue 64, Fall 2014 Bitch64_MyBodyIsABookOfRules_REVIEW_CLIP

Creative Non-Fiction

UNDER CONSTRUCTION, Terrain.org, 6 July 2015

ORIGINATION, Literary Mama, October 2013

CANOE, Bacopa Literary Review, 2nd place Creative Non-Fiction contest, Spring 2013

IN FALLING, Shambhala Sun SunSpace, November 2012

10:15 ON A SATURDAY NIGHT, Hip Mama magazine, 2012

NOTES FROM THE LAUNDRY PILE, Stratus Journal of Arts & Writing, Summer 2011

Guest Blogger

Micro-Lesson from Let’s Start a Lexicon: The Art of Collecting Words.
Hugo House, September 2015

Lessons in Community, Rejection, and Doggedness: What I’m Actually Learning in an MFA Now That I’ve Finally Gotten Around To It. Brevity Blog, 16 March, 2015

Micro-Lesson from How to Begin When Your Head is Empty.
Hugo House, February 2015

Daughters, Sisters, Mothers, Wives. Write For Us.
Literary Mama, After Page One, April 2014

Truth & First Person Journalism / AWP 2014, Brevity’s Nonfiction Blog, March 2014

Just Because It’s Your Birthday, Interdependence Project, November 2012

Compassion, Wisdom, and Tee Tee the Turtle, Interdependence Project, October 2012

Poetry

Pennsylvania Anthracite, Subprimal Poetry Art, Issue 2, May 2014

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