edits No, Dear magazine, a poetry journal featuring NYC writers, and teaches at a public high school in Brooklyn. She earned her MFA from New York University where she was awarded a fellowship to teach Creative Writing to veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan. Some poems have recently appeared in Berkeley Poetry Review and Forklift, Ohio.
" I wrote Something New on New Year's Day, a day when I think about everything in tiny pieces. I watched Metropolis in small doses for the first time in years. All I could see was how its DNA is in so many other movies. Like the way my nephew looks like my father. Maybe like Barbie is embedded in our youth culture, in some unfortunate way. Anyway, I don't really think this is the last new year. "