About me

For as long as I can remember, I've been a writer.

Before I equated being an author with publishing, I imagined imaginary worlds and put them down in words or drawings. Later, I became interested in how stories worked, and I did a bunch of stuff to learn. Such as joining workshops, attending seminars by folks like Robert McKee, and doing an MFA in Creative Writing. And above all, reading, reading, reading. 📚

(You might find my recommendation for writing craft books helpful.)

One thing I've learned over the years...I'll never stop learning the craft of storytelling. And I love doing it with other people, like you. There's so much to learn. Let's do it together.

So, whether I've been on my own fiddling with craft or among fellow writers testing out ideas, you can say it's all boiled down to three key words:

🕵️‍♀️ Curiosity.

✍️ Craft.

🏠 Community.

(Or: curiosity about writing craft in a supportive community, if you will.)

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