As a writer, my ultimate goal is to tell stories that provoke dialogue and action items that improve the way of life for everyone, but specifically women and African Americans. While I begin every story with a plan, each tale is the result of discovery.

Wrong Turn Tourist Attraction.

2019 Second Place Winner, Parks and Points Fall 2018 Essay Contest: “Wrong Turn Tourist Attraction”

A Day in My Life.

2017 Spalding MFA Alumni Feature: A Day in the Life–Jill Cox-Cordova

Terry Kay Prize.

2017 Finalist, Terry Kay Prize for Fiction, Atlanta. Sponsor: Atlanta Writers Club

An Honorable Mention.

2017 Honorable Mention, Soul-Making Keats Literary Awards, SanFrancisco. Sponsor: National League of American Pen Women

Workplace Priorities.

2017 The Bookends Review Best of 2016 Anthology: Workplace Priorities

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