Emily holds a Bachelor of Arts from Southern New Hampshire University and is a current Master of Fine Art candidate at the Vermont College of Fine Art. She writes both fiction and creative nonfiction in a variety of genres including literary, horror, fantasy, memoir, and narrative essays.

She has worked in animal welfare, kitchen design, and even as a horse wrangler. She is passionate about women’s issues, mental health, and disability rights.

Originally from Florida, she studied in Canada, and is now based near Johnson City, TN. She lives with her four daughters, husband, two pet dogs, a single fat cat, and her service dog, Ghost.


“I Used to Trust Men Too” – The Raven’s Perch, September 11, 2021

“I Was Not Special, Only Vulnerable” – Entropy Magazine, Woven Series, September 22, 2021

“Aborted” – Anti-Heroin Chic, Issue 23, October 2021

“Survival of the Friendliest” – Honeyguide Literary Magazine, Issue 3, October 2021

“The Cage You Started From” – flash glass by Glassworks Magazine, end 2021, online and in print anthology

“An Education on Rabbits” – Little Patuxent Review, Winter 2022

“The Glass Horse” – Dream of Shadows, Online February 15, 2022 – Print Anthology August 2022

“Smoke” – Evening Street Review – Print 2022

Emily with service dog, Ghost. Photo Credit to Erica Mueller.


If you want to chat about books, wine, dogs, parenting, apocalyptic scenarios or anything else, don’t hesitate in reaching out.