Author, The Change Chronicles: A Novel of the Sixties Antiwar Movement (2018, Lillicat Publishers). "A book to share and discuss. A triumph." --Wesley Hogan, Director, Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University
Author, The Rescuer's Path (novel; 2013, 2018, Plain View Press). "Exciting, physically vivid, and romantic." --Ursula K. Le Guin
Author, Time and Other Details: Poems on History, Family, Death, and Love (poetry; 2006, Highlights).
Author of more than 50 short stories and poems in New Flash Fiction Review, Earth's Daughters, Work, Jewish Women's Literary Annual, Viet Nam Generation, Verseweavers, Bittersweet Memories, Touched by Adoption, and other journals and anthologies.
Recipient of awards and honors from New Millennium Writing, Oregon State Poetry Association, Indigo Press, and others.
Freelance editor, books for university and trade publishers and individual authors, since 1998.
Former Director, Anna Davidson Rosenberg Award for Poems on the Jewish Experience; Founding Editor, The Open Cell literary review/collective; Editor, The Future Is Short: Science Fiction Microstories Contest (1 and 3).
2006 Award Recipient, Columbia River Fellowship for Peace.
The Change Chronicles: A Novel of the Sixties Antiwar Movement
In this historically accurate, emotionally involving, and intellectually unflinching novel, a brave young woman in mid-1960s Berkeley, California flees an abusive relationship to search amid the budding antiwar and women's movements for new ways to work for peace and to generously, deeply love.
The Rescuer's Path2012, 2018
Time and Other Details2006
Awards and Recognition
- New Millenium Writings--8 finalist/honorable mentions; Soapstone Women's Writing Residency, 2005; Centrum--writing fellowship, 2007; Science Fiction Microstories Contest--first place, 2014, 2017; Morgen Bailey's Blog--flash fiction--first place, February 2014; Oregon State Poetry Association awards, 2005--