Erin O. White's work has appeared in various online and in-print publications, including The New York Times, Creative Nonfiction, Killing the Buddha, and Portland Magazine. Her essays have also appeared in several anthologies, most recently The Bitch Is Back: Older, Wiser, and (Getting) Happier.

Her first short story, "The Minister," is forthcoming in The Kenyon Review. 

Her memoir, Given Up For You, is forthcoming from University of Wisconsin Press in spring 2018.

She is currently at work on a novel about twentieth century Catholic radicals.

You can find her online here:

Church Is What We Create With Each Other, On Being, March 2018

When I Was a Girl I Wrapped Books, The Millions, November 2017

A New Sort of Rest, Portland Magazine, Fall 2016

Love in the Time of Catholicism, The Morning News, October 2015

"But Aren't You Already Married?"  The Supreme Court, Same-Sex Marriage, and Kids, The New York Times, June 18, 2015

Faith Enough, Killing the Buddha, June 2015

The Last Book I Loved: Heather Has Two Mommies, The Rumpus, April 2015


Her Literary Mama column, The Hen House, is archived here