[nonfiction] I'm still Failing the Finkbeiner, celebrating the work of contemporary women and their science while, you know, mentioning that they're female.
My first published short story,
"The Breeze", is out in
Oomph: A Little Super Goes a Long Way.
Even if it was some Norse coding god masquerading as a high school student—he left out the brace on purpose?—Maribel wasn't going to let her breeze out into the open. Her secret, her life-long embarrassment, was staying safely tucked between her shins so she could keep her friends and her desk-job prospects. But she was oddly chilled as she passed through the prom's balloon arch by herself.
[poetry] My newest book of poetry,
Scientific Method, is now available from
It includes poems about
the Navier-Stokes equations,
moss, and other intriguing scientific topics.
Email me if you'd like to purchase an autographed copy. It was reviewed in April 2012 by American Scientist.