My memoir, A Leg to Stand On, an Amputee's Walk into Motherhood, was published by She Writes Press and was a finalist for the Indie Excellence Book Awards.
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Below are a collection of anthologies of which I am a contributor
Beyond Belief, the Secret Lives of Women in Extreme Religion, one of the 50 notable nonfiction books of 2013 by The Washington Post, addresses what happens when women of extreme religions decide to walk away. Editors Susan Tive and Cami Ostman have compiled a collection of powerful personal stories written by women of varying ages, races, and religious backgrounds who share one commonality: they’ve all experienced and rejected extreme religions.
Dancing at the Shame Prom, Sharing the Stories That Kept Us Small, edited by Amy Ferris and Hollye Dexter is full of stories that talk about the dark, forbidden, scary feelings that keep us from fully living our lives. In my essay, Residual Shame, I share my feelings of shame about being disabled.
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In He Said What?, Women Write About Moments When Everything Changed, edited by Victoria Zackheim, 25 gifted women share profoundly personal moments in which a man in their life said something—good or bad—that changed them irrevocably. I share my essay, Brotherly Love, penned using my husband's surname, Colleen Robinson, that tells the story of when my brother told me he has AIDS.
In May of 2010, The Spirit of a Woman, Stories to Empower and Inspire, edited by Terry Laslzo-Gopadze, was released to high endorsements for its authentic, engaging and universal stories. My story, No Apologies Necessary, shares the story of meeting the man who hit me with his car, causing the loss of my leg, and our reconciliation.
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