I’m really proud to have a new poem, “First Job” in Grain Magazine this spring. Grain was the first magazine I submitted my writing to after I went to a teen writers’ retreat and I still remember the very kind feedback I received that assured me I was on the right track. I’m very grateful … More Grain Magazine
I recently acted as Poetry Editor for an anthology published by the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild called apart: a year of pandemic poetry and prose. I was very fortunate to work with Managing Editor Dave Margoshes, and the editing process was not only enjoyable but also a healing presence in my life. I was worried, initially, … More apart
CAROUSEL was one of the first places that published me back in 2013, and I’m delighted to be back with a new poem, “Malleus Maleficarum“. This poem was rejected a number of times before it found a home but I knew it just needed to find the right fit. It’s sexy, it’s witchy, and it’s … More New Poem at Carousel
I’m pleased to have a new poem, “Practicing Our Breathing” in the Apocalypse issue of NonBinary Review. Purchase a copy here: https://www.zoeticpress.com/branded-merch/nonbinary-review-23-apocalypse. This one has a bit of a backstory, in that I read this article: https://imagejournal.org/article/beheaded/ and then wrote the poem. It’s a fascinating article and I recommend reading it even if you don’t … More NonBinary Review: Apocalypse Issue
I’m thrilled to have a new poem up at Juniper today about winter and healing and not healing and healing again. Check it out: https://juniperpoetry.com/volume-4-issue-3/.