Greetings, I am a Vietnamese-Houstonian Earthling surviving under the fickle weather of Texas. When I’m not angsting over her first poetry manuscript or a pilot screenplay about space samurais, I’m doing cheesy improv performances for BETA Theater, experimenting with ramen noodles, or writing comedy scripts for the Houston Film House. I have proudly interned for Bechdel Films as an Assistant Editor for the documentary The Transplant Games and done videography and editing for BETA Theater.
I possess quite the heart for editing and critiquing, with a brain quick to deliver paragraphs of feedback and recommendations for improvement. Keep in mind that I can get a little prescriptive in my critiques but I stick as close to the original authorial intents as possible.
My columns and poems have popped up on The Cougar, Mosaics: The Independent Women Anthology, Glass Mountain, Out Loud Culture, Birth Death Movies, and Aletheia. A flash fiction recently earned an Honorable Mention title in Sweater Weather magazine (boasting rights, ha!).
I have contributed satirical pieces with the headlines for The Cougar, Insight News and Humanity Death Watch with compelling headlines like “Students say ‘meh’ to Zombie Apocalypse.”
Aspirations in life include:
- Becoming the next Margaret Atwood
- Mastering geekspeak, watching Netflix
- Mugging people with tickets to Hamilton.