About Me

I received my bachelor’s degree in Literature from Hofstra University and a master’s degree in Television/Video Production from Emerson College. I have had short stories published in the Wilderness House Literary Review and Grub Street. Currently, I am a stay at home mom raising four children, a dog, a cat and a husband. I fear birds, anything with the potential to cause fire, and Disney World. I love scary movies, books with ambiguous endings and all things dark, absurd and funny. My greatest accomplishment to date, excluding bringing four amazing people into the world, was a kind rejection letter comparing my work to A.M. Homes and Richard Yates. I refer to it often. 

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  1. SSS is funny,weird and very interesting. Looking forward to next blog. BTW, I also fear and dislike BIRDS-Yuk!!

  2. Thanks so much JJ!!! I'll have a new post up soon.

  3. Why do these comments skip from 2015 directly to 2020??
    Is there a mystery worth solving here?

  4. Nicole,
    I found your article on being a cashier very uplifting and a great reflection of the struggles/solutions many of us deal with as we move through the various stages of life. Everyone has challenges in life and how these challenges are dealt with separates the inspirational from the rest. Good piece of writing that demonstrates your strength and wherewithal. Continue to enjoy life to the fullest.

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  7. Loved your Huff Post piece about working for the Groc! I just took a job as a school lunch lady, having struggled between wanting to be available for my kids and being relied upon for income/benes but quitting my "real job" to do so. I also am a published writer. The difference is I haven't yet broken into a more financially sustainable school district job to allow time for writing and kids, but ×here's hoping× that I soon will. I just shared your piece with my local ski resort community :).


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