My short story, “Leave No Trace,” can be found in Cleaver Magazine, Issue no. 26 - Summer 2019.
Read “Leave No Trace” here.
“13th & B” is a personal essay and was my first piece of published writing in the Fall 2015 issue of Carolina Quarterly. This essay was also a notable essay in Best American Essays 2016. In it, I write about my time living with vermin in NYC circa 1994.
Travis Alexander was Carolina Quarterly’s Creative Nonfiction editor at the time and you can read what he has to say about my essay here.
The Fall 2015, Volume 65.1 print issue of Carolina Quarterly can be purchased here.
“Swimming” is a personal essay that I wrote about wanting to live and wanting to die. It was a finalist for the 2016 Gulf Coast Nonfiction Prize.
“Swimming” was published in 29.1 Gulf Coast Winter/Spring 2017.
You can purchase the issue here.
Carolina Quarterly was so kind to interview me.
Read the interview here.
Living in an eccentric co-op where nothing is left untested, Jenny finds herself at the fragile time in life when everything is new, responsibility overwhelms, and boundaries are hard to define.
Festival Screenings Include:
The Method Festival– Best Student Film for Excellence in Acting (Los Angeles)
Rhode Island Film Festival
Bradford International Film Festival (National Museum of Photography, Film and TV, UK)
Ohio Independent Film Festival
Whistler Film Festival (Canada)
deadCenter Film Festival (Oklahoma City)
Ole Muddy Film Festival (Wisconsin)
Forest Grove International Film Festival (Oregon)
Golden Film Festival (Colorado)
The Poppy Jasper Film Festival (California)
Zoie Films Festival - Second Place Student Film
World Fest Houston International Film Festival - Gold Remi
to the flame is a short film written, directed and produced by Geri Ulrey with editing by Tina Nguyen and cinematography by Jonathan Pope. The line producer was Alexandra Spector and Steven Hudosh was the production designer.
to the flame explores the connection, or really lack of connection, found in the physical and emotional relationship of Zoe and Paul. The film focuses on that turning point in a relationship when disconnect is revealed.
Geri won a Creative and Research Grant from California State University, Northridge and a Panavision Emerging Filmmaker Grant in order to finance the film.