Scout was a soprano, generous and disciplined and sharp, but the choir missed her every Easter; she was deathly allergic to incense. She had to quit singing funerals. “If I tried,” she said, “there’d be one extra body to bury.”
Freelance writer and critic-at-large for Popdose and Kirkus Reviews. Three-time JEOPARDY! champion. Work recently featured in KYSO Flash and Penny. Currently seeking representation for my novel The Honeythief. Lives and works in western New York with family, cat, and a neurotic dog.