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NESCBWI Meet and Greet

Hi everyone! I’m organizing another networking/diversity event for the kidlit folks in the Boston area. This time I’m doing a Meet and Greet for IBPOC writers and illustrators on behalf of the NESCBWI Equity and Inclusion committee. You do not … Continue reading

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Updates

HI! It’s been a while since I’ve posted. I’ve been busy with revisions on my latest middle grade manuscript. I just sent another round of revisions out to my agent, and am waiting for her notes. I’m hoping to be … Continue reading

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New Agent!

I have good news! If you follow me on social media, then you already know that I have a new literary agent! I’m excited to share that I’m being represented by Kari Sutherland from Bradford Literary Agency. We’ll be revising … Continue reading

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Ode to the mole on the tip of my daughter’s nose

Random, well-placedmarks make you unique.Like a well-chosen word,the mole on the tipof your rounded nose,perfects the sentence ofyour face. When you were bornyour face wasswollen, squishedby my internal organs.Though you cried andscreamed every night,your birthmarks fadedsilently. Through disappearingmilia, your singular … Continue reading

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Boston Area Children’s Author Events

What’s going on with my events calendar? I’m so glad you asked. For the past few years, I’ve been using facebook exclusively because it is easier to add events from bookstores that way. However, a few people let me know … Continue reading

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A letter to my loves & a reminder to myself

There is a joy in being alive. I want you to know this. It is up to us as people to keep that joy alive. Climate change is scary. Somehow while inventing new technologies to help our lives, we have … Continue reading

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the limits of memory; the limits of imagination

I often wonder why we don’t have a group memory Why we can’t remember what happened to our ancestors how they lived, loved, and died what they did with their time What we have is writing, art, and language, shared … Continue reading

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How to be invisible

We’re celebrating Women’s History month with 31 days of posts focused on improving the climate for social and gender equality in the children’s and teens’ literature community. Join in the conversation on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/kidlitwomen or Twitter #kidlitwomen My #kidlitwomen post was intended … Continue reading

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Brown eyes and book covers

A few months ago, a story popped into my head whole. Somehow, a picture book idea I’d been mulling over called Rock Swap (inspired by one of my daughters who loves collecting rocks) morphed into a short story about a girl … Continue reading

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Harvard FAS Diversity Dialogue Summer Panel

Hi everyone! Summer vacation is over, and I’m working on two projects right now: a picture book and a middle grade fantasy project. The kids were in camps for much of July, so I got a lot of work done … Continue reading

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