November 5, 2019

How often do you get to play a canonical British writer, a Warsaw Ghetto uprising fighter, and a groundbreaking anthropologist, all in 90 minutes? I get to do it twice this Sunday! The magic of theater, and for a good cause — connecting rescue dogs with wounded soldiers (

September 21, 2019

For World Alzheimer’s Day, The Independent UK is reprinting my TIR piece!

September 8, 2019

The Fall issue of The Iowa Review is out and includes a piece I adapted from my memoir-in-progress. The issue should be in Barnes and Noble by Tuesday, but you can order it online right now 🙂

July 26, 2019

What an amazing surprise to find out that “When My Mother Forgot Me” was the subject of an essay — a beautiful essay — that won a New York Times’s Summer Reading Contest for teens. (You can read the essay here.)

July 11, 2019

So happy to be working with Ilise Weiner, Tamara Flannagan, and Kristina Latour, and directed by Colleen Clinton, in Amy Loughead’s terrific new play, Keep It Dark, for FAB Women’s Summer Play Festival We go up at The Barrow Group MainStage in late July. 

June 21, 2019

A short essay I culled from my book-in-progress is in today’s Ties section of The New York Times. I’m so grateful to Roberta Zeff for running “When My Mother Forgot Me” and for the beautiful illustration by Lucy Jones. 

November 15, 2018

Many thanks to Honor Jones and Brian Zittel for the wonderful editing on my OpEd, “If You Like a Guy, Tell Him,” in The New York Times.

March 26, 2018

So very happy to have my first piece published by the lovely online quarterly Six Hens. Thank you, Suzanne Galante and Marcy Burstiner for featuring “Aloft” in the March issue.