Introverted oversharer. Parent, partner, friend. Disability and inclusion advocate. Chicken fan. Traveler. Bookworm. Adoptee. Vegan. More tattoos than necessary. Aging native New Yorker now living in semi-rural New England with her favorite humans, cats, and chickens. Liver of life to the fullest. She/her/hers.
Aimee is a freelance writer published in The New York Times and The Washington Post, on Romper.com, Popsugar Family, in Pidgeonholes, and elsewhere. She was selected as a Martha's Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing fellow for 2020 (which was pushed to 2021 due to COVID). Currently, Aimee is working on a middle grade novel about an 11-year-old girl with three arms named Alice who is faced with a difficult choice.