What I'm Doing Now
It's August. I'm sitting in my hotel room in Miami, my partner is lying next to me reading a fantasy novel. Tomorrow we'll leave on a week-long cruise. My first real vacation in two years.
On Sunday, September 29 I'll play my first show in over a year at Mercury Lounge (NYC). I'm opening for my dear friend, Janita. Purchase tickets here.
After 8 months, I've settled into my new job as Community Programs Coordinator at The Crime Victims Treatment Center, a nonprofit that provides free healing services to survivors of violence. My role there is to support the volunteer rape and domestic violence crises counselors who go on call every night to ER's across NYC. We just opened applications for our new volunteer class, and all week long I interview people hoping to make the world better. I'm so damn happy.
I write whenever I can sneak in the time: Riding the ferry, on the train, during my lunch hour. I'm currently working on my first longform memoir piece and hope to pitch it for publication in September.
I have one class left until I graduate from The New School. Between CVTC, writing, school and friends, my days are full.
Currently reading Women Talking by Miriam Toews.
This "now" page was inspired by my dear friend and former boss, Derek Sivers.
This page was last updated August 11, 2019.