Swords or plowshares –
The right words can be either. I story-tell to distill everyday divinity – to queer the ordinary and to glorify the queer. I write, I speak, and I preach. Right now, I’m drafting a novel.
I belong to immigrant parents, to my brother, and to my wife. I live on Wabanaki land in the rural half of a town named for its marsh grass. And I’m a queer Asian American, a Dao-curious Christian, and an evangelical escapee. I build bridges with urgency because I know that our legs are restless and our hearts are hungry.
Yes – yours, too.
Let’s be in touch.
I serve as the Director of Communications for an organization seeking LGBTQ justice and inclusion in The United Methodist Church and on the staff of a fiercely loving, justice-seeking church in Portland, Maine.
My pronouns are she/her.