I’m a writer, editor, traveler, and parent. My novel CURRENCY came out from Other Voices Books in 2010. It won a Nobbie Award and was selected as an honorable mention by Friends of American Writers. Set in Thailand, CURRENCY is about a Thai man and an American woman who together become embroiled in dangerous schemes.
Lately, I’ve been working on a long nonfiction project. I’m practicing what to say about it: It’s a memoir exploring the lens through which I’ve viewed my childhood sexual assault. I post at The Nervous Breakdown on topics often relating to sexuality, parenting, and gender.
On Twitter, I’m @zoezolbrod.
And on Facebook, CURRENCY has a fan page.