My husband Derek and I are thrilled to announce the publication of our first book, Wayfinding. Published by the venerable Finishing Line Press, Wayfinding is a collection of poems inspired by parks and public lands. More than 50 poets share moments of transformation and wonder alongside photography and design by Derek and Nicholas Wright, and short essays byContinue reading “Announcing Parks & Points First Book, Wayfinding”
I loved working on this piece for Wine Enthusiast. Especially as the toughest period of the pandemic seems to be subsiding, it was amazing to revisit my time in Lubbock and recall the vast, arid, agrarian landscape and the extraordinary wine.
It was such a pleasure to chat with Ellen O’Connell Whittet about her debut memoir, What You Become in Flight. A former dancer, Whittet grapples with leaving her ballet career behind after a serious injury, and examines the compromises that ballet necessitated, exploring ultimately how ballet was a training ground for much of womanhood. OurContinue reading “Interview in TriQuarterly with Ellen O’Connell Whittet”
I’m a freelance travel writer and essayist based in Brooklyn, with emphasis on public lands, art, architecture, food, and spirits. I also write autobiographical essays, and am at work on a memoir. All of my recent writing projects can be found here. My husband and I founded and edit Parks and Points, a website dedicatedContinue reading “About Me”