I was honored to have my essay, Write As If Your Parents Are Dead, included in this wonderful book on the craft of memoir. Edited by Linda Joy Myers and Brooke Warner, 38 writers including interviews with Mary Karr, Elizabeth Gilbert, Mark Matousek and Jessica Valenti contribute to this fantastic collection. If you're looking for inspiration on your writing journey, look no further.
Edited by Michael Turner and created by Elee Kralji Gardener and her V6A Writers Group, this is a beautiful and gritty collection of prose about the darker side of the human condition.
Edited by Graham Bathgate and published by Fineline Press, I am guest writer and honored to have two of my essays on Japan featured in this most tantalizing collection of stories about this most intriguing culture and country.
Edited by Naomi K.Lewis and Rona Altrows and published by the University Of Alberta Press this is a birds-eye view of the myriad forms shyness takes. My essay, Under the I, takes a look at shyness in children, and the relationship between this shyness and the adult world.