Wilkes grad writes novel inspired by move across country

"Wilkes grad writes novel inspired by move across country" This interview by Kristen Gaydos was published in the Wilkes-Barre Citizens’ Voice on Th

Mush reviewed on WPSU’s BookMark

Elle Morgan's review of Mush: from sled dogs to celiac, the scenic detour of my life for WPSU's BookMark first aired on Thursday, April 9, 2015.

Mush! the scenic detours of our lives

"Mush! the scenic detours of our lives" This feature article was published in the March 2015 issue of Voices of Central PA

Writing, Editing, and Coaching Services

As an independent writer and editor with a bachelor's degree in journalism, an MFA in creative writing, and almost twenty years of professional experi

essays & stories

Comments Off

Tuesday afternoon

Naked skies expose a piercing sun, And an aberrant warmth belies the calendar. The mood is somber. A hush blankets the valley. As I walk through

Q&A: Celiac Disease and the Workplace

This Q&A was conducted by Jamie Oberdick for the Penn State ITS Climate and Diversity Team Blog when I worked as a marketing and communications sp

Celiac disease remains tough to diagnose

Tara Caimi, For the Centre Daily Times ~ Tara Streno saw her family doctor once a month for about a year, and John Askey received aggressive treatm

Oranges & Toast

I’m standing in my grammie’s kitchen watching her prepare my oranges. As we stand side-by-side at the sink, she cuts a large orange in half and go

Coffee Soup

I must have suspected, with a child's intuition, that butter was integral to my Grandma's cooking. But I didn't realize until much later, when I a

Penn State project aims to revitalize PA’s honey bee colonies one queen at a time

by Tara Caimi and Julie Eble •• With drones for breeding, workers for gathering food, and a queen for reproducing, traditional honey bee col