Right now, I’m querying agents for my first novel, which I finished in fall of 2016. In Things That Were Lost, a 65,000-word YA that blends a contemporary setting with the slightly magical, Brook is satisfied with her life, until a crow delivers a locket that leads her to question all she knows about herself, friendship, and the crows themselves.

I’m also revising my second novel, which as of right now is creatively titled Current Novel Trajectory Two. This YA novel feels contemporary but is set in the future; in it, six teens navigate a racially divided future that forces them to decide where their allegiances lie–and what they’re willing to risk.

I literally think about these two books every single day, and can’t wait to share them with you!

Because I’ve made the leap to being a novelist, I’m not writing many essays or poems these days. However, here’s a list of my published shorter pieces.