As a far-gone junkie of DIY crafting, social justice, and all things bookish, I explore a variety of subjects in my writing and bring a personal flair to the table. I have written web copy, how-to pieces, features, book reviews, blog posts, short fiction, and essays exploring crafting, feminism, literature, and other nifty topics for print and web. I am currently working on a novel about radium.

My writing has appeared in Mud Season Review and in the anthology Beyond Belief: The Secret Lives of Women in Extreme Religions (Seal Press, 2013). I have written short pieces for Sew News, LDS Living, and L (of Lincoln) magazines and blogged for Lip, Feminism and Religion (FAR), and H2Insider. (As a bookish bonus, I have presented research on global feminism through literature at conferences for the National Women’s Studies Association and the American Academy of Religion.)

Read My Clips

“Small” (short fiction for Mud Season Review)

"The Girl Who Lived: Reflections on Malala, the Middle East, and Feminism" (for the Feminism and Religion blog)

"Lip Lit: Men Explain Things to Me" (for Lip magazine)

"Anne Hutchinson, Sor Juana, and Kate Kelly: Reflections on Equality and Excommunication" (for the Feminism and Religion blog)

Book Review: Nebraska Women in Journalism (for L magazine of Lincoln)

Book Review: Karen Gettert Shoemaker's The Meaning of Names (for L magazine of Lincoln)

Book Review: Bloodline (for L magazine of Lincoln)

Recent Editing & Proofreading Clients

Avalon Travel Publishing

Skyhorse Publishing

DCWV, Inc.

Various indie writers