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A little about me. Louisiana Creole, I was born in Baton Rouge. At eight years old, I moved to Los Angeles, California. And since 1988, I’ve called New York City home.
For over three decades, I worked as an actor, singer, and dancer in regional, national tours, and international productions, including appearing on Broadway.
I have a BA in Psychology from CUNY/Queens College, and earned my MFA in Creative Writing from The New School.
I’m intrigued with the psychosocial aspects of otherness: the quality or fact of being different. Therefore, my writing often includes themes of growing up; aging; family dynamics; and also romantic couplings, including how character’s race, sexual orientation, and gender inform interpersonal relationships.
My writing has appeared and/or is forthcoming on thewritelife.com, mrbellersneighborhood.com, and in Newtown Literary. My novel, The Truth About Goodbye, is available from all major book outlets.
Currently, I live in Forest Hills, NY with my husband, cat, and a lovingly supportive stand up desk named Ruth.