About Lucy

I live in San Francisco where I co-founded Maker Mamas, a community to support mothers who make art. This spring, I was named the Featured Fiction Author in MUSED literary magazine in which my short story, “Taryn’s Twirling,” also appeared. In recent months, I have contributed to the forthcoming book, “Mama Said,” the anthology, “Who’s Afraid of Feminism?” and a collaborative art show, “Maternal Matters” at The Shop gallery in San Mateo, CA. My work has appeared online in Scary Mommy, Mamalode, SheKnows and BlogHer.

Here, I blog about mindfulness, modern womanhood and the creative life.

See my poetry blog and links to published work here.

I believe what Henry David Thoreau believed: all good things are wild and free.

I do not believe that people never change.

I believe what Vincent Van Gogh believed: there is nothing more truly artistic than to love people.

I do not believe that heaven and hell exist anywhere but on this earth.

Connect with me here. I love hearing from you.

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4 thoughts on “About Lucy

  1. “I should not talk (write about my experiences) so much about myself if there were anybody else whom I knew as well.”
    –Thoreau

    That pretty much sums up my Blog’s Mission Statement.
    😉

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  2. Hi Lucille,
    We nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award today. We have been following you for a while, and we love your beautiful blog. You may have been nominated before, and you don’t need to make a post if you do not wish to– we just wanted to recognize you. 🙂

    http://dorianshand.wordpress.com/2014/09/16/little-people-can-be-some-of-the-biggest-inspirations-the-very-inspiring-blogger-award/

    Love, Dorian and her Mama

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  3. Lucille, I love your voice and energy! You are such a deep and existential writer and thinker! I am looking forward to reading more and sharing in this community of writers and mothers with you!

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