Marrit Ingman is a regular contributor to The Austin Chronicle. Her writing has also appeared in Brain, Child, Isthmus, The Coast Weekly, AlterNet, Clamor, The Anchorage Press, The Charleston City Paper, Venus, Mamalicious, and other publications. She has contributed to various anthologies, including Mamaphonic: Mothering and Other Creative Acts, from Soft Skull Press; Secrets and Confidences: The Complicated Truth about Women’s Friendships, from Seal Press; and The Risks of Sunbathing Topless and Other Funny Stories from the Road, also from Seal Press. She has taught at Boston University, Springfield College, and Southwestern University. Inconsolable is her first book.