I’m happy to be taking part in this library discussion at the beautiful new Roe Jan Library in equally spectacular Hillsdale, New York.
Very honored that the Connecticut chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists awarded first prize to my essay for The Litchfield County Times. Read about it here. My essay, ‘A Mother’s Snapshot from That Morning’ is a short memoir about 9/11. You can read it here.
Reminiscing about the bad old days for Leah and Caren, the brains behind one of my favorite websites, The Drinking Diaries.
There’s a beautiful new travel magazine for the iPad, and my article Green Pastures is in the first issue. App available here….Overnight Buses
Why anyone can travel, and write about it. When did you first know you were a traveler? I was five when I first took an airplane from Boston to Tucson. My three sisters and I were dressed in matching dresses and white gloves. The planning, the packing, the trip to the airport – a journey […]
My fellow women-travelers, on, what else? What must-have item is in your carry-on? A lightweight down blanket that folds up small enough to fit into my purse. I freeze on planes! I also pack Wisp toothbrushes, fresh underwear, Dermagor face cream and a pair of high heels so I can ditch my sensible travel shoes […]
I will be reading from Best Women’s Travel Writing 2011 with the incredible Lavinia Spalding, Abbie Kozolchyk and Carol Reichert at Newtonville Books in Newton, MA, on November 7 at 7 pm.
My appearance on NBC Today Show, on midlife, for Best Travel Writing, 2011 See segment here
Very honored to have The Litchfield County Times be awarded first prize in the opinion category for my essay about my son leaving home for school. You can read the story here.