My earliest memories are of my mother taking me to the Minneapolis Public Library. I cannot remember not reading.
I’ve been a writer since I could hold a pencil, and published my first story in a national magazine when I was in ninth grade.
I became a librarian because I figured out back in junior high that I liked helping people find books and information they would enjoy. I still do.
After a time, it became logical to move into publishing, where bringing books and people together has a broader scope.
Resumes tend to be redundant, but here’s a summary.
My professional experience has taught me more than what I learned in classrooms. If you’re looking for degrees, though, here they are:
MA and PhD abstracts, if you’re curious
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