The Cactus Mother: Nine Plants, Zero Kids
I used to tell people I needed to write a novel before I could consider offspring. I have written one novel. I am considering purchasing a fern.
TheSouth China Morning Post
Washington PostIndependent Plant Daddy.
Author of the novel Harmless Like You. Winner of the Authors' Club First Novel Award and a Betty Trask Award. Her second novel, Starling Days is out in April 2020. Short work has appeared in Granta, Guernica, The Atlantic, The Harvard Review, and NPR's Selected Shorts.
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