I write long-form fiction and short-form memoir. You can see some of my published personal essays here under “Prose.” You may be able to find my novel Cooder Cutlas somewhere on Amazon. I have written for Glamour, Cosmopolitan, The New York Times, Publisher’s Weekly, Kirkus, and numerous literary magazines.
A graduate of NYU Film School, I spent several years writing screenplays. I currently work as a researcher in a major international law firm, and am pursuing a Master’s in Library and Information Science at Pratt Institute.
My current novels Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me and The Games Mistress, involve women’s experiences in World War II.
To that end, I also manage a website which reviews contemporary literature about World War II and is called “So Much So Many So Few.” You can find that here: http://www.somuchsomanysofew.wordpress.com. Feel free to contact me if you’d like to review a book or interview an author! My own work on that site is on hiatus while I finish up library school.
I have lived in Astoria, New York for many years but will never be a Mets fan. I root for the St. Louis Cardinals.