While living in New York City, I started "blogging" right before 9/11 in October 2000. The "blog" began on MSN Groups (back in the day) and then transferred to and continued on Blogger. Now I've scooped up all my work and put it here because life is short. 

A graduate of Vanderbilt University Divinity School with a Masters of Divinity degree, and of Harding University with a B.A., after studies at M.C.C.C. (now Arkansas Northeastern College), I spent most of my adult life in NYC where I worked at Columbia University. After Divinity School, I moved to Northwest Arkansas where I worked for the Walmart Foundation and the nonprofits, Havenwood and Big Brothers Big Sisters of NWA. Then returning back to NYC in 2015, I served as the Director of Connections and Communications at Christ Church in NYC. Most recently in Arkansas, I worked at The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow where I hosted the "Write Now at the Writers' Colony" podcast interviewing writers from across the U.S.A.


My poems have been published in The Epistle, a book of LGBT Christians' poetry, Sanctified, and eMerge Magazine. My fiction short story “The Stoning of Andrew” appeared in IntheFray Magazine.

After a lifetime of seeking and discovery, I'm now living in the magical historic arts village, Eureka Springs, Arkansas.