In this cover article for the print and online magazine, HEAL, which is a sister magazine for CURE, I discuss my coping strategies for dealing with panic attacks brought on by fear that my cancer will recur.
The Impatient Patient: How Cancer Expedites Revision and Submission
In the fourth and final installment of this conversation series with Anya Silver in Atticus Review, we discuss how living with cancer affects the revision process and creates a sense of urgency when it comes to submitting our work for publication. We also contemplate the necessity of certain poems and whose feedback we trust.
This is the third part of an interview series that I conducted with Anya Silver forAtticus Review. This series has four parts, and in this installment, we discuss how living with cancer affects the writing process.
This is the second installment of a four-part interview series I conducted with Anya Silver for Atticus Review. In this conversation, we discuss our general cancer experiences as well as the faulty rhetoric that surrounds cancer.
This is the first installation of a four-part interview series I conducted with Anya Silver for Atticus Review. In this conversation, we discuss teaching writing while undergoing breast cancer treatment.
From Proper Nouns to Slant Sonnets: A Conversation with Poet Anya Silver About Place and Time
In this interview, I talk with poet and mentor Anya Silverabout her second collection of poetry, I Watched You Disappear. This was published in Southern Literary Review two weeks after my own breast cancer diagnosis, though when I conducted the interview, I had no idea that I had cancer.
A video showcasing the stellar Artists-in-Residence program at I-Park in East Haddam, Connecticut. I am incredibly grateful to have been selected to participate in two fantastic summer residencies. This video features the artists in the June 2013 residency.