I write nonfiction including humor, travel, parenting, essay, and more. My work has appeared in Parents magazine, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Washington Post’s “On Parenting,” Salon, Denver’s 5280 Magazine, BuzzFeed, Brevity Magazine’s blog, and the digital versions of AFAR, Fodor’s, Marie Claire, Country Living, House Beautiful, Brain, Child, and more.
I studied journalism (news-editorial) and creative writing (fiction) as an undergrad, and then worked various jobs (dot com in Seattle, vodka PR and Events in New York, a nonprofit arts organization in Denver) before returning to grad school and completing a master’s degree in English Rhetoric and Composition. I am an English Instructor at the University of Colorado Denver.
I have taught undergraduate courses in rhetoric and composition at CU Denver since 2006. Courses I teach (or have taught) include the following: Business Writing, Core Comp I & II, Technical Writing, Advanced Rhetorical Analysis, Senior Seminar in Writing, and Argumentation and Logic