M.F.A, Sarah Lawrence College, New York
Ph.D. in Literature, with special distinction, University of Toronto
B.A. in Economics with honors, Princeton University
License d’économie, Université de Lyon, France
Assistant prof. at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, instructor for New School University, University of Toronto, Poets & Writers, The Pacific Center, Richard Hugo House, senior centers, family shelters, private schools, under my own roof under the sky
Essays have appeared in The Writer’s Chronicle, in a collection on the experimental sculpture of bookartist Doug Beube, and elsewhere. Poems can be found in BigCityLit, Lumina, Interpoezia, poetz.com (“Buy Nothing Day” issue), and other journals and anthologies. Poetry commemorating 9/11 was anthologized and broadcast on CBC’s Outfront.
Other work includes an interdisciplinary study of modernist experimentation in the arts, called Pulling the Maps From Under Us: Modernist Revisions of Space, Power, and Identity. In process are an experimental novella and a middle-grade novel.
Performances and Talks
Multiple venues, from universities and literary conferences to cafes and cathedrals (Water Sines in Seattle).
Chair of the de Weille-Ogier Foundation, supporting Dutch youth in the arts.
Dancing (sculpting the air) and sculpting (the dance of matter)
Other languages: Danish, Dutch, French