A collection of my creative work is in my archive in the Schlesinger Library on Women’s History, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
I am very grateful for this archive, and that my writings have a home.
In this way, my work is remembered and people have access to it both now and after my passing.
My collection of poetry, stories, and visual art includes photographic collaborations with photographer Steven R. Johnson (see Rubenesque Landscape on this website). This collaboration, along with my other projects, documents my life as an unconventional heroine.
My Creative Writings Include:
- a collection of short stories and poems for children
- free verse poetry
- a collection of short stories featuring the theme of the outsider. These stories of unique and unusual people are written by me at the intersection of place and imagination.)
- experimental theatre, stories, essays and poetry (including pioneering poetry, stories and dance notes for the anthology, Shadow on a Tightrope, Writings by Women on Fat Oppression)
- notes on being an art model (1978-1985)
- Esalen Journey (1986-1987)
- journal writings
- notes on creativity, healing and community
I continue the completion of my work as an artist, poet and independent scholar.
(The essay, “My Archival Journey” was first written in April, 2010 and updated on December 7, 2020).