I'm a writer best known for the lyric memoir pieces I've squirreled away for years in different corners of the internet. The majority of that work is now available in book form. (See "Books," above.)
In more legitimizing terms, I've contributed to Bookforum, Hazlitt, The New Republic, The New Inquiry, and other outlets. (See "Articles," above.)
I host a monthly series called Bad Advice For Bad Women, which features an ever-changing line up of the best writing readers in New York City. You should come sometime. (See "In Person," above.)
You can find out more about me through my sloppy, self-revealing antics online. (See the social media icons, below.) Also, you can subscribe to one of two Tiny Letters: practical and sporadic and/or more meditative and frequent, with music. But maybe this information is already enough.