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.”

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


  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. 🙂


    Love, Dorian and her Mama


  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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