Fiction and Retellings:
“Christmas, Undocumented”: A thorough, provocative re-imagining of the Annunciation and the Nativity.
Reviews: “Fascinating and unsettling … “Christmas, Undocumented” is Henson’s re-imagining of Mary’s journey through pregnancy to Jesus’ birth. It is gripping.” — Sarah S. Howell
The Samaritan Series:
Contributor, Not Alone: Stories of Living with Depression, “Horns and Haloes,” edited by Alise Wright.
Religion at the Margins, contributor
Advent 1: Waiting Still
Advent 2: What Are We Waiting For?
Advent 3: The Practice of Hope
Advent 4: Waiting Together
A Sept. 11 Liturgy
Presbyterian Global Fellowship blog, 2010 Listen
Christian Century blog contributor.
Religion writer, The Reporter, Vacaville, California, 2006-07
A freelance journalist, my work has appeared in numerous print publications, including stories about psychology and torture for the Spokesman Review, interfaith and progressive education at Oakland Tribune and a random column about scrimshaw (that’s carved whalebone for the uninitiated) at Coastal Living magazine.
Authored this blog’s precursor, Unorthodoxology.