Seven decades. Six stories. Three families. One horse farm.
“Hollow Tree” is about loving and losing people and horses. The same characters appear as daughters, mothers, and even grandmothers.
I wrote, edited, and designed this book for my University of Baltimore Masters of Fine Arts thesis.
You can order a copy below.
I am currently seeking a literary agent for my young adult contemporary novels, and working on a young adult historical.
My projects include…
VERA WITH A VENGEANCE: Teenage entrepreneur Vera Davis sells revenge: when traditional justice fails her clients, she takes down racists and sexual assault perpetrators. Veronica Mars meets “Female of the Species.”
THE ACCIDENTS: Two mean girls must band together to escape a corrupt reform school in the Appalachians. “Wild” meets Courtney Summers.
THE DRESS CODE UPRISING OF RILEY HIGH: Four teen girls stage a rebellion against the dress code at their oppressive high school. “Beauty Queens” meets “The Breakfast Club.”
THE MS ST. LOUIS: 1939. Rosa is a Jewish teen fleeing Germany with 936 other refugees. Josef is the Captain’s young steward with a dangerous secret: he’s half-Jewish. They fight to help the St. Louis find a harbor where the refugees, their romance, and Josef’s secret will be safe. “Titanic” meets “Salt to the Sea.”
“Break” in Stonecoast Review: read here
“Impossibly Back” in Youth Imagination; read here
“Accident” in YARN: read here
“Accident” in “The Female Complaint,” an anthology from Shade Mountain Press
“Her Boy” in 50-Word Stories: reead here
“Pie” in Refractions: purchase here
“Average Andy Almond” in Un-Bloc Zine (print and sold at event only)
“Swallowed” in Reject 2 Zine (print and sold at event only)
“Talk” in Welter (print only)
“On White Privilege, Police Brutality, and Baltimore” in Baltimore Fishbowl: read here
“Sextortion as Institutionalized Oppression: Before the Violence” in What Weekly: read here
“43 Words and Phrases to Search for When Polishing Your Novel” in Adventures in YA Publishing: read here
For the Content Marketing Institute:
“10 Steps to Optimize Your Content Marketing Plan” in Chief Content Officer.
“Rude” and “Low” in “Bye Bye Bukowski,” an anthology from Hyacinth Girl Press
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