I have been notified that I have am named a recipient of the 2021 Rosie Richmond Award from University of Illinois at Springfield (UIS). This award is granted to female English students at UIS based on not only academic standings, but also on submitted writing samples. This award was given to me based on my … Continue reading 2021 Rosie Richmond Award for “Crescendo”
Hello, everyone. I am excited to announce that my short story "Crescendo" can be found in Vol. 12 No 1 of Pink Panther Magazine! You can view a free digital copy or purchase a physical copy by following this link or going to Pink Panther's Website. Thank you so much for all your support, I … Continue reading Published in Pink Panther Magazine
Hello, everybody! I am excited to announce that my short story "Caves" has been published in Chronically Lit Magazine! I am super excited to share my first fiction publication with all of you, and you can go to it by going to chronicallylit.com or following this link. I'd love to hear everyone's thoughts on it, … Continue reading “Caves” published in Chronically Lit Magazine
I am so excited to announce that last week, my friend Lauren Stengel and I launched our own literary magazine - CentraLit Magazine, a magazine that is aimed at established and up and coming writers from Southern Illinois. This has been a labor of love that the two of us have discussed and worked on … Continue reading Starting my own Literary Magazine
Hello everybody, I hope you're all doing well. Today I wanted to share with you an interesting project I created for one of my classes last semester. I took a class called "Digital Technologies in English" and we got to engage with a lot of really fun pieces, and work on some really interesting projects … Continue reading Morrigan the Great: an Interactive Story Project
Hello everybody, I am writing this little update to share some good news: I have officially received my first poetry publication! As of Friday, my poem "Mini Mall" is available in the 2020 edition of The Alchemist Review, presented by University of Illinois at Springfield. If you are interested in reading it, you can go … Continue reading My first poetry publication!
Somebody has to write. Somebody has to sing, or draw, or paint, or dance, or act, or play the didgeridoo. Why not me? Why not you? Why not us?