I’m a writer of speculative fiction. I’m a science and science fiction nerd. My love affair with both fields began in the fourth grade with an entry on black holes in an old encyclopedia. I spent hours thinking about the implications of space-time, the bending of light, and singularities. Around the same time I read A wrinkle In Time by Madeline L’Engle, and the passion for space and science fiction permanently took hold. I followed those passions later in life. I graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a degree in Physics. I scripted the general planetarium show she presented for the Santa Barbara Natural History Museum. I also developed, wrote, and presented the children’s planetarium show. I continued my education in writing and film. I wrote and directed three student films. My short film, “The Package,” was a 2008 Isla Vista Digital Film Festival selection. My first short story publication was in June 2013, and I am now a reader for Clarkesworld Magazine. I’m currently working on my first novel and graphic novel. I reside in Santa Barbara with my daughter. For more information on who I am and my journey as a writer, please visit my Author’s Bio page.
Recent News and Publication(s):
My short story “Mary Loved to Dance” will be published in the forthcoming Spring 2014 issue of The Milo Review.
For information on my published works, please visit my Short Fiction page.