Please join me on one of two Sundays, April 22 or April 29, to celebrate the publication of my novel of grief and recovery, Without Jenny, by Koehler Books! We’ll sip and schmooze and I’ll spend a little time speaking about the
My essay “Grief’s Cradle,” first published in the Adelaide Literary Journal, has been republished in Grief Digest. “Grief’s Cradle” is my ‘theory of grief,” if you will, with thoughts from Joan Didion, Elisabeth Kubler Ross and CS Lewis interspersed with
I have a new essay published, in the online grief magazine Still Standing, about grief and love and how long it took me to figure out which was which after Eva died. Find it Here.
I’ve had a piece on the Eva Foundation’s work in nurturing Alliance fro Girls published in the NonProfit Quarterly. In it, I make the case that small foundations can have an outsize impact by becoming trusted members of the community
I listened to this book. In Lab Girl, Hope Jahren alternately recounts the life choices that led her to science, and her love of science itself. She is one of the first women to have success in in her field,