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/.
I was invited to talk about what writing a poem looks like for me over at the ottawa poetry newsletter. I couldn’t talk about that without talking about my mental health over the last two years. So here’s your content warning, this blog post is about my experience of burnout. While writing is an important … More Talking Poetics