I've long admired the writing in Narratively. I'm delighted that they published my essay on anosmia, and featured it in the Memoir Monday Newsletter. Read it here
I'm thrilled that my pitch for a book on scent and human sensibility won the MIT Press Pitchfest. Their site features a write-up and interview with me here
I’m thrilled to announce that I have been selected from a field of national entrants as a finalist in the MIT Press Pitchfest. Along with six others, I will be pitching my book proposal to a panel of experts and a live audience at the Boston Book Festival on October 13. The prize is the opportunity to work with an editor at the MIT Press on book development and $1000.
Some background: This summer the renowned MIT Press put out a call for pitches for their first ever Pitchfest. I submitted a proposal and video for a creative nonfiction book on smell and memory, based on a year’s worth of research and my own experience with anosmia.
If you’re in Boston come cheer me on at the The MIT Press Pitchfest, on Saturday, October 13, 2018, 2:15 – 3:30pm Old South Church, Guild Room, 645 Boylston Street, Boston, MA.