A chat with THE DOULAS (interview) MUTHA Magazine, January, 2017
"I am Grateful for my Abortion" Salon, October 2016
"What Grows in Grief" MUTHA Magazine, May 2016
"Dear Donald Trump: This is What Abortion Looks Like" Role Reboot, April 2016
"On Growing up With Two Dads" Role Reboot, July 2015
"Women Have the Right to Prenatal Genetic Testing, and to Choose Abortion"
the Guardian, March 2015
"Why I Talk About my Abortion" Huffington Post, Role Reboot November 2014
"What the Buffer Zone Meant to Me" Cognoscenti, June 2014
"What Not to Say to a Woman Struggling to Get Pregnant" Role Reboot, May 2014
"The Hardest Part of Motherhood is Letting Go" Role Reboot, April 2014
"Standard of Care" The Rumpus, January 2014
"How Having Babies Made Me Love My Breasts" Role Reboot, July 2013
“My Abortion Story” Salon, February 2013
The Feminist Majority Foundation Blog, August 2013
Words are often not enough. If you are reading my site because you share a similar story of loss, I'm sending a virtual bag of hugs, and want to share a site that has offered me a supportive community: Ending a Wanted Pregnancy. The site has been a great source of comfort as well as information, and ways to connect with others.
TURNING COZY DARK, a chapbook of poems about one woman's journey into motherhood, was a semi finalist in the 2012 New Women's Voices competition. It is available via Finishing Line Press. Or, contact me for a signed copy.
Read a review at The Mom Egg.
"For Our Soldiers Still Waiting" Long Dumb Voices, January 2016
"For Jennifer" Tattooed Poet, April 2015
"Happily Married" Drunk Monkeys, April 2014
“#24 - First Born” VIDA, Her Kind Blog, "The Exquisite Ones," May 2013
“Preservation Daydream Over Pie” The Provo Orem Word, November 2012: The Holiday Issue
“Arrival Story” The Provo Orem Word, July 2012
“Body After Childbirth” (poem) The Mom Egg, April 2012: The Body Issue
“Brief Meditation” Recovering the Self: A Journal of Hope and Healing, (poem) July 2011