A poet, editor, and oral historian, I’m passionate about working at the intersection of depth psychology, radical ecology, and spirituality. I’m an oral history field fellow with the Yiddish Book Center, the author of the poetry chapbooks À Luz and Leaving the Lecture on Dance, and editor of The Gardener Says. The recipient of a 2016 Mesa Refuge Poetry Fellowship, my work has appeared internationally in various journals and anthologies. I hold an MA in Counseling Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute and an MA in Comparative Literature from UC Berkeley, a BA with a concentration in Comparative Literature from the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at NYU, and an ordination from the Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute. I grew up Western Massachusetts, spent a decade in Northern California, and now live outside New York City with a small flower garden and a large cat.