I have a number of poems in anthologies.
My novel SISTER OF GRENDEL is on submission through my agent Diana Finch. We’ve had many positive responses from editors about the work. The double edge: the fantastical element that intrigues the reader is also the same that makes it hard for the sales team to know what to call it: fantasy? fiction? feminist fiction? historical fantasy fiction? The elevator pitch: I have created the fictional character Rehsotis, who is the sister of Grendel; the novel is the chronicle of her life in which she tells her version of the Beowulf legend and how she searched for peace and a sense of belonging in a world where she is the last of her kind.
My novel THE MISSING SEASON is also in search of a publisher. It is the story of how the lives of one family are affected when the small town golden boy David goes Missing in Action during the Vietnam War. The story is woven together through the voices and points of view of his wife, his now-teenaged daughter, his WWII veteran father-in-law, and his arch-rival’s wife and daughter.