As a double major in English and Philosophy & Religious Studies, her writing experience has covered a vast variety of topics. However, her expertise is on Dante Alighieri's The Divine Comedy. She wrote her thesis on “Silence in the Divine Comedy: Dante’s Structuring of Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso.”This same thesis won the Dean's Award for Excellence in 2017, as well as the Priscilla H. Costello Award in 2017. She graduated Sigma Tau Delta, and Magne Cum Laude, with honors in both majors.
Her creative writing style has been described as a combination between Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray, Edgar Allan Poe, and Patrick Suskind's Perfume: the Story of a Murderer. These works have influenced her greatly, as well as Dante's The Divine Comedy and vintage radio shows like "The Shadow" and Arch Oboler's "Lights Out." She has been published in the Carson Review, and the Marymount Manhattan Review. In addition to these creative works, she is also a writer for The Artifice and writes for the Christianity division in "The Religious Observer."
In 2017 she started a project titled "Phantom Lady Radio" in which her short stories are read by actors. If you are an actor and would like to be featured, please follow the instructions on the contact page.
Please find her published writing below: