I am from Florida and live in New York. I studied English, French, and Spanish at the University of Florida, then did a Fulbright in France, and then earned degrees in French and law at Yale. While in Connecticut, I volunteered with the Rikers Debate Project and founded a program for female prisoners.
My work has been in The Paris Review, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Believer, The New Statesman, The Times of London, Hobart, Forever, etc.. More academic work has been in Arbitration International, Bright Lights Film Journal, and Intersect: The Stanford Journal of Science, Technology, and Society.
I occasionally write and edit on a freelance basis, in addition to tutoring subjects including the LSAT. Please email any inquiries.