Virtual Reading and Q&A with Malaprop’s–Thursday Aug 4, 6pm ET

This Thursday night, 8/4, at 6pm ET/ 5pm CT! I’ll be presenting The Book of Gothel in conversation with Olesya Salnikova Gilmore, author of The Witch and the Tsar, through the wonderful Asheville, NC bookstore, Malaprop’s, virtual reading series! It’s a free event, but you must register to attend. Here’s the link to register: REGISTERContinue reading “Virtual Reading and Q&A with Malaprop’s–Thursday Aug 4, 6pm ET”

Signing at Virginia Highland Books in Atlanta–Saturday, July 30, 3:30-5pm

The Book of Gothel is coming out in only three days—this Tuesday! If you haven’t bought your copy yet, please consider doing so now! I’m doing a signing at Virginia Highland Books in Atlanta next Saturday, 7/30, from 3:30-5pm, so if you’d like to buy a personalized signed copy from an independent bookstore, now isContinue reading “Signing at Virginia Highland Books in Atlanta–Saturday, July 30, 3:30-5pm”

Malevolent Mothers of Myth—Tuesday, July 19, 7pm EDT

I’m so excited for this conversation tonight with Vaishnavi Patel via OrbitLive! Traditional stories are full of mothers, stepmothers, and mother figures who don’t exactly have their offspring’s best interests at heart. Join us for a discussion and Q&A! Register now: bit.ly/3Ak2Cl3

Limited Pre-Order Campaign for THE BOOK OF GOTHEL!

The publication date for The Book of Gothel is coming soon–only three weeks to go–and the international pre-order campaign is live through the end of the month (while supplies last)! The Book of Gothel is the secret history of Rapunzel according to the medieval peasant woman who would become known as the witch. The conceitContinue reading “Limited Pre-Order Campaign for THE BOOK OF GOTHEL!”

Interview and excerpt from The Book of Gothel in Enchanted Living

An interview with me about The Book of Gothel appears online here and in the spring 2022 Fairy Tale issue of Enchanted Living, which also contains an excerpt from the beginning of the book! To read the excerpt, you can order the summer issue here or purchase it in brick-and-mortar bookstores in the U.S. YouContinue reading “Interview and excerpt from The Book of Gothel in Enchanted Living”

New Review of Wolf Skin in American Book Review

I have been traveling on and off, since early May, so I only just got the chance to be amazed by this wonderful new review of Wolf Skin in the latest issue of American Book Review!  Huge thanks are in order to Saara Myrene Raappana for her insightful close  reading. Here’s an excerpt: Reaching beyond the simple retelling or recastingContinue reading “New Review of Wolf Skin in American Book Review”

New Review of Wolf Skin

Last month brought some good news for Wolf Skin–the chapbook was nominated for the 2015 Elgin Award, an annual competition for speculative poetry collections coordinated by the Science Fiction Poetry Association (SFPA). And this week, SFPA member Sandra J. Lindow reviewed the collection for Star*Line, the SFPA’s quarterly publication. The review is based on a really close reading ofContinue reading “New Review of Wolf Skin”

The Burden of Light Now Available on Kindle

The Burden of Light: Poems on Illness and Loss (edited by Tanya Chernov) is now available on Kindle! The first of its kind, this multimedia anthology weaves together many solitary experiences to create a tapestry of inspiration, support, and hope. In it, you can read my poem, “Irène Joliot-Curie,” watch a short video introduction about myContinue reading “The Burden of Light Now Available on Kindle”

Wolf Skin to be released by Dancing Girl Press in 2014

My first poetry chapbook will be released next year by Dancing Girl Press, a small press in Chicago that specializes in publishing innovative poetry by women authors! Through a feminist lens, Wolf Skin examines how fairy tales shape a person and the way she sees the world. In these poems, a woman reflects on the stories herContinue reading “Wolf Skin to be released by Dancing Girl Press in 2014”