I’m a writer, editor, language teacher, clothes horse, wife and spin addict.


Born in Milford, DE, I have spent most of my adult life in the south, falling in love with craftsman houses that I cannot afford. I started out in Nashville, TN where I completed my doctorate in Hispanic Literature, determined to make the world aware of early modern Spanish theater’s postmodern representations of gender. While a worthy goal, I’ve since taken on a broader range of topics, including, but not limited to, how to tackle white supremacy, why books about the mythical Parisian lifestyle are annoying and the connections between Beyonce and Cervantes. I now live in Atlanta, GA, teaching Spanish by day, scribbling thoughts and hyperventilating on a bike by night.


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