About

I am smitten with Atlanta. I believe Black Lives Matter. I care deeply about housing justice, education, and transportation. I am a huge MARTA fan. I’ve got the most adorable first grader, an incorrigible Boxer named Delilah, and a pretty amazing husband named Simon. I’ve been sober for 9+ years. I heart coffee. On any given day I may write about all–or none–of those things.

Published articles:

My Partner’s Transition from Female to Male Saved Our Marriage
6 Questions I’m Asked Daily As The Wife of a Trans Guy
5 Tips for Explaining a Transgender Family to Your Kid
My Partner Came Out as Trans, and I Struggled with Losing My Lesbian Identity
6 Reasons I Don’t Drink Anymore–But I Don’t Care If You Order A Cocktail

Portfolio Website:
Writerly Atlanta

6 comments

  1. Robert Crisp · May 19, 2016

    Just heard you an Simon on the SInce Right Now podcast. Great interview. Glad to have found you on WordPress.

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  2. Abbie · June 15, 2016

    Ditto what Robert said! Gonna go check out the t-shirts now. πŸ™‚

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  3. Andrea · June 28, 2016

    Thanks for being so open about your experience with recovery and for the meaningful work you’re doing to break down stigma!

    I wanted to encourage you to apply to Quartet’s Patient Advisory Committee, it’s a unique opportunity for people who are open to sharing their experiences with behavioral health conditions (including substance and alcohol use issues) to make an impact: http://www.quartethealth.com/patients

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  4. Jenna · June 30, 2016

    I just heard you on the SRN podcast too! Thank you for this. (Day 30 for me 😌)

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