Priscilla Bourgoine practices as a psychotherapist in a group practice outside of Boston and offers remote therapy to clients through the Manhattan-based company, Abilto. She earned a MSW from the University of Connecticut and earned an MFA in creative writing from Queens University of Charlotte. She is an editor of creative non-fiction and fiction for R.KV.R.Y. Quarterly Literary Journal and Reviews Editor for Change Seven Magazine. Her work has appeared in Brain, Child; Germ Literary Magazine; Change Seven; and elsewhere. Recently, she was awarded a scholarship to write her memoir, The Floating World, about coping with the sudden death of her middle child in Boston’s Grub Street Memoir Incubator Program 2015-2016. She lives in southern New Hampshire with her husband.