I am a twenty-something addicted to print and pixels. I work with words all day through my business, (In)dialogue Communications, offering literary publicity, writing, editing, and social media services from my home in Upstate New York where I live with my husband in what we affectionately call “The Gingerbread House.”
When I’m not working with words, I enjoy making things from scratch in the kitchen and attempting to muddle my way through the liturgical year. I love traveling, good food, city living, great literature, and all things related to faith and femininity, redemption and culture, and violence and grace.
Because I am in love with the Incarnation, the Word made flesh, and the divine dialogue it began. The Incarnation teaches me about the intersection of the intangible and the embodied, and I am a perpetual student, listening and learning.
Why the parentheses?
Well, why not?