Maine Women Magazine

Zen Den and Childhood Home (November ’18)
Cape Porpoise Cottage and Libbytown Living Room (November ’18)
No Place I’d Rather Be (September ’18)
Side x Side (August ’18)
There I Was (July ’18)
Sights Set and Fired Up (Girls Issue – June ’18)
MYF 2018 and Yoga Outdoors (June ’18)
Confidence on Skis (May ’18)
Bluestocking Film Series & Engine (April ’18)
Challenge Accepted (March ’18)
Run for It (February ’18)
We’ll Be There (January ’18)
Trosko Designs, Chaya Studio, & Jack and Mary Designs (December ’17)
Cran Yammy (Dog) Biscuits & Furniture Painting (November ’17)
InstaSales and When it Won’t Fly (October ’17)
Food Fight and Pop Up Dinners with Butter + Salt (September ’17)
This Gorgeous Walking Vessel (August ’17)
Tri for a Cure Turns 10 (July ’17)
Yoga Together and Maine YogaFest Turns 5 (June ’17)
The Maine Less Traveled (May ’17)
Jennifer Moore (April ’17)
Shay Stewart-Bouley
 (March ’17)
Erica Archer
 (October ’16)
Sheweed (September ’16)

Portland Press Herald

Surprise Takes WWII Vet Back
Goat Island Lighthouse (a follow up to Project Beams Beacon)
Garden Party for Barbara Bush
Funtown/Splashtown U.S.A (Part 1 & Part 2)
Saco Drive In (Part 1 & Part 2)
Class Distinctions
Time to Clear the Air?
Canadian Tourists
Mutts with a Mission

Journal Tribune

For a year, I wrote a weekly stories for children in the Journal Tribune inspired by my dog, a dog named Mr. Worm. While the stories are not readily available online, here is a glimpse at the first installment:


University of New England Alumni Magazine

The Next Generation of Coastal Maine Leaders (Page 10)
Nursing Scholarship Honors Mother’s Legacy (Page 68)

Salt Institute for Documentary Studies
Fall 2007 Writing

Please Don’t Pet Me
Last Chance —  later published in Port City Life Magazine, Fall 2008