I told a story for Poets & Writers Live.
Talking with Amber Tamblyn about her wonderful collection Dark Sparkler for the Printer’s Row Lit Fest.
High school students from Interlochen Center for the Arts interviewed me for The 2015 Interlochen Review. Their questions were really thoughtful and fun and challenging and the whole publication is a thing of beauty, featuring poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and screenplays from students across the country.
I wrote about comparing myself to other women for the New York Times.
I’m excited to say that Harper Perennial will be publishing my essay collection COME HERE, FEAR. I get to work with Cal Morgan and Maya Ziv who are brilliant and hilarious and oh so patient with my exclamation points. I couldn’t be more grateful to take these next steps with them.
I’m also ridiculously in love with my agent, Meredith Kaffel, who said, You see that? Up there? The sky? Let’s shoot for it.
I joined The New York Times as a contributing opinion writer.
I spoke with the wonderful Adrienne Gunn at TriQuarterly.
I wrote about Chicago’s mayoral election for the New York Times.
I have a story on the “Rites Of Passage” episode of Snap Judgment on NPR.