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.

The cover image of Library Journal's August issue is of books floating.

Library Journal Fall 2022 Picks

The Library Journal 2022 August Issue features some of the titles on the reading lists created by my teammates and me.

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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