This mindfulness-themed picture book, published by Parallax Press and illustrated by Sara Woolley, has won several awards:
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Breaking Free of Addiction: 39 Therapeutic Activities to Help You Recover from Drug and Alcohol Abuse will be published by Between Sessions Resources, Inc., in Fall 2017.
"5 Ways to Be a More Mindful Writer," Writer's Digest, August 17, 2016
"When Breaking News Breaks Your Spirit, Is It OK to Tune Out?", Cognoscenti, July 15, 2016
Link to "News Fatigue," an interview in response to the July 15 Cognoscenti essay, aired on WCBS Radio's podcast "News on the Rocks," July 25, 2016, with Wayne Cabot and Patty Steele
"The Self as Antihero in the Essays of David Sedaris, Nora Ephron, and Steve Almond," The Writer's Chronicle (Oct/Nov 2015)
"Four Tips for a More Mindful Mealtime," guest blog for the Family Dinner Project, March 6, 2015
"How to Calm a Skittish Cat," Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cat Did What? (Simon & Schuster, 2014). Available on Amazon.
"November 22, 1963: A Child's-Eye View," an essay posted on Salon, sparked the interest of Wayne Cabot, longtime WCBS Newsradio 880 (NYC) host, who produced a fascinating JFK retrospective that aired on November 22, 2013. Listen here to the podcast.
"Freewriting with a Purpose: Get Started and Keep Going," GrubStreet Daily, October 7, 2013
"Where Are the Women on the 'Jeopardy!' Board?" appeared in Salon's entertainment column on September 29, 2013, under a different, rather sensationalistic title.
"Outside Traditional Bounds: A Row of One's Own," interview with Amy Wright, in The Review Review, October 26, 2012
"The Game Changer," Zone 3, Fall 2011
"Moon Fever: An Apollo 11 Flashback," published July 19, 2009 on Salon and chosen for inclusion in Perspectives on Modern World History: The Apollo 11 Moon Landing (Greenhaven Press, 2011)
"A Mattress Built for Two," Boston Globe Magazine, February 22, 2009
"Innocence Flickered and Dimmed," Journal News, November 22, 2003
"A Tangible Tragedy," Boston Globe op-ed page, August 26, 1987