My first car was a jaundice-yellow 1978 Buick LaSabre. It was a popular target for a pack of boys who drove around my hometown with paint guns. Because I rarely washed the thing, it accumulated pops of color — an orange spray on the left back door, blood red on the...read more
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In my creative nonfiction, I write with humor and candor about my life, my friends and family, and the particular demands of motherhood, wifedom and friendship in modern-day suburbia. I write for The Huffington Post, The Barrington Times, Kveller, and The Scarsdale Inquirer, among others; that original writing is collected here.
I’m here to help you write college essays and other projects with honesty, voice, and style. In addition to writing professionally for the last decade, I hold an Ed D in Curriculum and Instruction from Teachers College, Columbia University and was an English teacher for 15 years in the New York City suburbs. Learn more…