- Blood, Bone, and Water on Orion’s Belt: September 2023 · Pushcart Prize nominated
- Old Tune on the Peripress Collective Call and Response Anthology
- Some Pretentious Experience on Alien Magazine
- Brood X in Ruminate Magazine Issue 63: Regeneration Reader Notes
- Pickles Taught Me the Art of Self-Preservation in Catapult
- Cross Country Diaries read on On She Goes podcast, Season 1, Episode 6
- When Your Age Says You’re An Adult, But You Don’t Really Feel Like One in Thought Catalog
- Tiny Gods in Offscreen Magazine, Issue 6
Tech and design
- Breaking the conventional blueprint of design on Adobe Blog
- The Google Memo Proves Tech Needs More Empathy, Not Less Emotion on Fast Company
- Three Ways The Tech Industry (Still) Misuses Metrics on Fast Company
- How Ordinary Tech Workers Can Improve The Industry’s Diversity on Fast Company
- Runners in Lean Out: The Struggle for Gender Equality in Tech and Start-Up Culture
After losing the love of a powerful oracle, a man travels back in time to figure out where they went wrong. A time-bending love story about remembering, mis-remembering, and whether or not we ever truly let go of the past.
A light yet enchanting read with fully rendered worlds and memorable characters…The snappy dialogue paints a nice contrast against the lush and atmospheric depictions of Ancient Greece, Amazonian rainforests, and Arizona wilderness…a modern love story, befitting of an age where romance is met with cynicism and could benefit from a touch of magic.
To put it simply, this book floors me…constantly shedding light on the changing dynamic between two old souls who seem to have a hard time catching each other at the right moment…If you’re looking for a book that talks about and encapsulates the feeling you have when you know you love someone but just can’t find the words to tell them, read this book…a brilliant story on the nature of love, longing and the concept of forever.