Hey everybody! I have exciting news: I’m joining the team at the East Bay Review as a contributor. You can read my first review for the site here; it’s for a flash fiction chapbook called The Missing Girl by local author Jacqueline Doyle. I’m still getting my reviewer’s sea legs, but it’s been awesome requesting free books from […]Read more "Reviewing for East Bay Review"
I’ve got two events coming up that I’m super exited about! First, I’m curating a reading for Foglifter Journal as part of Beast Crawl, the East Bay’s free literary festival. Join me and six incredible readers on September 2nd from 8 to 9pm at Club BNB in Oakland for writing that frames queerness as fantastical, cryptid, […]Read more "Fall Crawls"
Catch me reading part of a new story at Adobe Books this Monday for the fabulous new reading series The Racket! Here’s the Facebook event; I’ll be joining Sarah Bardeen, Elizabeth Bernstein, Kendra Schynert, Lily Chien-Davis, and Galadrielle Allman in a terrific all-lady reading.Read more "Joining The Racket"
I wrote a blog post for the rad-ish about being at a weeklong writing intensive, especially about feeling insecure and out of place as a young writer without an MFA. Read it here, and then check out my other pieces at the rad-ish! Hello from Tin House Summer Workshop in Portland, Oregon! This is a weeklong writing […]Read more "Talking and Listening at Tin House"
I’m super excited to tell you about a new project I’ve been working on for a few months now: it’s a lifestyle and culture blog that I’m starting with four other young ladies called The Rad-ish. It’s modeled after these terrific conversations I keep having with the people I love: one of us starts telling […]Read more "Announcing The Rad-ish"
Oh hi there, I’m reading at Bazaar Cafe in San Francisco on March 19th! You can get the details here. It’s going to be great.Read more "Reading on March 19"
Here’s my 2016 reading log! I find it helpful to keep track of what I’ve read and what I thought about it, when I have time. The Burn, James Kelman This book of short stories came recommended by UC Davis poet and fiction professor Joe Wenderoth. Really strange and claustrophobic short stories, but with extreme phonetic/colloquial […]Read more "Reading Log 2016"