I’m a librarian, freelance writer, book reviewer, and historian dedicated to using libraries and information for the empowerment of women and girls around the world. Queer, feminist, and trans-inclusive, I’m a giant book nerd who’s continuously sharpening my disruptive skills as an anti-oppression accomplice in service to others.
I write regular columns for Ms. Magazine, including “Ms. Feminist Know-It-All” online, and “Bookmarks” in the print publication. I have recent articles and interviews in Pulp Magazine; Ms.; The Startup; Fearless, She Wrote; and Library Management. I have book reviews published or forthcoming in Ms., Canadian Journal of History, Resources for Gender and Women’s Studies: A Feminist Review, and Journal of American History.
I am available for features, book reviews, author interviews, long- and short-form essays, travel writing, copywriting, white papers, or guest blogs. Other services I offer include beta and sensitivity reading, proofreading and copyediting, and long- and short-term research consultations for your work-in-progress, be it a book, film, documentary, news story, article, and more. See the links on the left for more information.
My work is thoroughly researched, reflectively written, and meticulously fact-checked and edited. Style and tone can be adjusted from academic to empathetic to hilarious. Whether for one-time or recurring assignments, long- or short-term projects, long-form or short, I meet deadlines and go beyond expectations to deliver high-quality pieces.
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