scientist & writer
30th January 2019
UPCOMING: Shopping For One
15th November 2018
UPCOMING: The Tao of Needles
Mojave Heart Review
15th November 2018
UPCOMING: Three Poems on Letting Go
25th July 2018
The Third Place
As usual, there is no one else to do the job, so I buy myself soup and pomegranates and pears and one Sierra mountain apple and four cans of food for Sophie and lay them out beautifully on the black conveyor belt...
The Citron Review
17th July 2018
*CW: Mentions of abuse & sexual assault ////// Would this story work better if I said that he hit me? What if I told you it didn’t matter that he didn’t hit me, that it wasn’t any different, really? Would you believe me if I said that the rape wasn’t the worst part?...
7th July 2018
The Colorado River
The sleeves of her shirt were cut wide and rolled, a take on James Dean. Her dark hair was cut short, and she wore a white v-neck t-shirt, jeans, a black half-apron. I looked at the tops of her small breasts as she bent to refill our coffee...
18th December 2017
Coming Out as a Person With an Invisible Disability
You get sick. Then you get well, or die. At least that is how we imagine it. Disability leaves us somewhere else: not sick or well, not recovering or rapidly...
6th August 2017
Gratitude Practice is for Lucky People and Suckers
We all know we’re supposed to practice gratitude. And if you have enough — love and money, health and status — I’m all for gratitude. But what if you don’t...
21st June 2017
On How To Live a “Worthy Life” as a Single Woman
On a recent episode of Death, Sex, and Money, Anna Sale, Hari Kondabolu, and his mother, Uma Kondabolu, answer listeners’ life questions. A listener asked, “Do you have any advice...
18th August 2016
Why Are We Hacking Everything?
Media sources ranging from Forbes to Time to Gawker are advising us on how how to hack our dating lives, our careers, our fitness routines, our cooking, our finances, and...
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