Los Angeles, United States.
Tell us about what you do?
I’m a writer, I’m working on my first book of fiction and also write arts/culture journalism. I’ve also been a newspaper reporter, model, and ballet dancer — as Susan Sontag once put it, “I wanted every kind of life, and the writer’s life seemed most inclusive."
What are you expressing through your short stories?
I’m very concerned with issues and aesthetics pertaining to the body, femininity, and health. I write a lot about ballet, art, and sex, because those are the ways I have found to live densely, with gravity. Also, I want to explore historical trauma, how grief and ways of being can be unknowingly passed on through generations.