Rea Bochner is a writer, musician, and mother. She has worn many hats in her lifetime, including: a tour guide at Disney World’s “Great Movie Ride”, a story developer at Universal Studios, a special educator, a doula, and once, a kids’ yoga instructor whose class was sabotaged by her own children. She holds a BA in Film and Screenwriting from Emerson College and an MA in Special Education from Montclair State University.
Rea’s articles and short stories have appeared in a variety of publications, including the New-York-Times-Bestselling “Small Miracles” Series. Her short stories, “Exodus,” “Zeller’s Dry Goods and Hardware,” and “The Mustacchi Orchard,” were all featured in anthologies published by Mosaica Press.
Rea spun her beguiling early years of parenthood into a series entitled, “Parenthology: How to Raise Happy, Healthy Babies Without Losing Your Mind.”
She lives in New Jersey with her husband, five children, and three cats. “The Cape House” is her debut memoir.