Berlin’s essays have been published in Third Coast, Ninth Letter, TriQuarterly, Memoir (and), & elsewhere. She won the Thomas R. Hruska Memorial Nonfiction Prize from Passages North for “The Eighteenth Week” (winter/spring 2010). "Still, Rivers," also in Passages North (winter/spring 2014), was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. A new essay, “Remembered Is Misremembered Then Turns,” has been included in From Curlers to Chainsaws: Women & Their Machines, edited by Joyce Dyer, Jennifer Cognard-Black, & Elizabeth MacLeod Walls (Michigan State University Press, 2016).
Her chapbook of essays, Your Small Towns of Adult Sorrow & Melancholy, is available for order now from the good folks at Tammy.