I'm a writer who has worked with publishers,
agencies and businesses for more than a decade. I like
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I am on a hill, some 900 feet above sea level, in the middle of San Francisco. It’s quiet up here. It’s very early. There are no cars moving on the street yet. No sun in the sky either. The night hangs on, as we all tend to do. The Pacific Ocean is so near and to my left; my childhood—somewhere off to the right. Above me is black sky. My husband is asleep, safely connected to our bed, and I am at the kitchen sink prepping ten pounds of fresh peaches.

“BLASPHEMY”
A lyrical essay on canning and decay published by Harvard Review.
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<excerpt>  I am on a hill, some 900 feet above sea level, in the middle of San Francisco. It’s quiet up here. It’s very early. There are no cars moving on the street yet.

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I am on a hill, some 900 feet above sea level, in the middle of San Francisco. It’s quiet up here. It’s very early. There are no cars moving on the street yet.

“WHAT TEN YEARS CAN DO”
One ceramicist’s decade-long path to artistic success.
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I am on a hill, some 900 feet above sea level, in the middle of San Francisco. It’s quiet up here. It’s very early. There are no cars moving on the street yet.

I am on a hill, some 900 feet above sea level, in the middle of San Francisco. It’s quiet up here. It’s very early. There are no cars moving on the street yet.

“WHY WE VALUE OUR PHONES”
A psychiatrist’s perspective on devices and our distant past.
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“THE THING ABOUT HIGH HEELS” Minnesotans on the magic of shoes with raised heels.  more

“THE THING ABOUT HIGH HEELS”
Minnesotans on the magic of shoes with raised heels.
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“HOW TO CAPTURE FLOW” Secrets from highly productive engineers.  more

“HOW TO CAPTURE FLOW”
Secrets from highly productive engineers.
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“MORE WITH LESS” A high-level look at modern digital development practices.  more

“MORE WITH LESS”
A high-level look at modern digital development practices.
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