Connect with Tracy
By day, I telecommute from Florida as editor for a crunchy non-profit in Washington, D.C. By night, I write thrilling romantic suspense for the Intrigue line. I live with a psychotic cat, a tragically daft Lhasa apso, a husband who's turned our home into the Island of Lost/Broken/Strange Antiques, and our two daughters.
I’m a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the Society of Environmental Journalists, so I’ve written about everything from Booker Prize-winning poet Martín Espada to socially responsible mutual funds to soap opera summits. My articles have appeared in a variety of publications, including Hope, Utne Reader, Satya, YES!, Audubon, and the National Green Pages. Before I launched my journalism career, I taught in an under-resourced school in Louisiana through the AmeriCorps Teach for America programme.
When I’m not writing, I like to scuba dive, forget to go to kickboxing class, wallow in bed with a good book or get out my guitar with a group of friends and pretend I’m Suzanne Vega.