Charlotte Maya

Charlotte Maya has published essays on grief, loss, suicide, and hope in the New York Times (Modern Love and Tiny Love Stories), Hippocampus Magazine, and Writers’ Digest. She has spoken on the topics of children’s grief and resilience for groups such as Ellevate and the National Alliance of Grieving Children. She has a loyal following on her blog, and was recently featured on The Satellite Sisters with Lian Dolan, Heart of the Story with Nadine Kenney Johnstone, Uncorking a Story with Mike Carlon, and Author2Author with Bill Kenower. Charlotte earned a B.A. in English literature from Rice University and a J.D. from UCLA. She lives in Southern California with her husband and enjoys hiking in the local foothills and downward-dogging with her so-called hunting dog.

Student Feedback for Charlotte

Charlotte made me feel comfortable and welcome from the start. She has a great wealth of knowledge to share and does so with grace and humor. I found myself writing with a depth that I never knew I possessed, and Charlotte gave tremendous feedback and has inspired me to keep writing more. Ginger Kawanami

I had a wonderful experience with this class! Charlotte Maya gave great feedback, I learned so much.