Charlotte O'Brien

About Charlotte O'Brien

Charlotte O'Brien

Charlotte O’Brien is a San Francisco Bay Area writer with essays and interviews most recently published in The Rumpus, Mutha Magazine, and The Manifest-Station. She graduated from Pacific University’s MFA program in 2013. Charlotte lives with her teenager, her five year old, and a scruffy dog. She is currently writing a memoir about living in America as an undocumented immigrant. You can find out more about her at www.charlotteobrien.org.



Author Archives: Charlotte O'Brien

Morning in the New Apartment

November 7th, 2017 | by Charlotte O'Brien

Before my oldest daughter is awake my alarm sounds. The dog is still asleep which means she hasn’t walked him. I take


M.I.L.F and OTHER POEMS

April 19th, 2017 | by Charlotte O'Brien

October – Blood Moon For My Daughter, Who is about to Turn Thirteen 1. Ten years ago you were fat


The Art of Three A.M.

February 16th, 2017 | by Charlotte O'Brien

I wake abruptly from a deep sleep and before I can consider why, a small figure materializes beside me. “Mommy,



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