Harvard University’s Ed. Magazine, “Teachers Need Our Support: What educators say they need now”

Tufts University’s Playful Learning: “More than words: There was no word for “robot” in their native language, so this Navajo group created one. Here’s why.”

Harvard University’s Usable Knowledge, “My Teen Stuggles with Executive Function: Here are 5 things his coach did to help

Tufts University’s Playful Learning, “BattleBots and Giant Watermelons: What Playful Learning Looks Like at WMSI Summer Camps

HuffPost, “I’m Part of the Great Resignation: Here’s Why I Left My Job”

New York Magazine’s The Cut, “Did the Great Resignation Save Your Life?” (Interview)

Bacopa Literary Review Editors’ Blog, “Writing ‘Dream Catcher'”

The Writer, “What Marathon Training Taught Me About Writing a Novel”

Palette, “The Many Paths to Publishing: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

Palette, “Social Distancing Taught Me I Needed to Slow Down”

HuffPost, “My 12-Year-Old Son Is Paying Attention to the Kavanaugh Allegations. Now What?”

Melrose Weekly News, “Midlife Lessons from the Melrose Skate Park”

North End Waterfront, “Tight Knit: Boston’s Garment Industry Is Woven Into Our History”

The Boston Globe Magazine, “Tales from the City”


The Penmen Review, “Tender” (Honorable Mention, 2021 CRAFT Flash Fiction Contest)

Bacopa Literary Review, “Dream Catcher,” (semi-finalist, 2021 The Writer Spring Short Story Contest)

Obelus Journal, “The Playground”

Movable Feasts, “La Cathédrale”


Sitting In columns for The Melrose Free Press:

Blending technology into classrooms,” 2014

“Grant helps Melrose students learn math,” 2014

New group invests in Melrose schools, community,” 2013

Schools find partners in The Bridge and MAAV,” 2013

Bread of Life fights local hunger,” 2013

Stop the beat of gun violence,” 2012 (Response to the massacre of 20 children and 6 teachers at the Sandy Hook school in Newtown, Connecticut)

“What will Common Core State Standards mean for Melrose?” 2012

Voices of sadness,” 2007 (Response to the raid and detention of 350 immigrants working in a New Bedford leather goods factory)


2023 Tucson Festival of Books Literary Awards, fiction finalist (“Blue Hour”)

2022 Literary Champion Scholarship, GrubStreet

2021 The Writer Magazine Spring Short Story Contest, Semi-finalist (“Dream Catcher”)

2021 CRAFT Flash Fiction Contest, Honorable Mention (“Tender”)