Delighted to have a new poem in the latest issue of Eye to the Telescope: The SEX Issue. Check out “Bride of Frankenstein” on their website. I really enjoyed reading everyone’s poems in this issue, especially “My Metalman Looks Best Covered in Plasma” by Clayre Benzadon, which reminded me of Jess Fink’s Chester XYV. I … More Eye to the Telescope
My copy of This Magazine’s latest issue just arrived, and I’m so excited to have a poem in this issue! “A Trail of Blood” is in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue, and you can subscribe to the magazine here. Huge thank you to David Ly for choosing this poem and saying such lovely things about it. … More This Magazine
I’m really pleased to have FIVE poems in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. They are currently behind a paywall, but they will be available for the public at the beginning of March 2020, when you will be able to find them here. The process of getting these poems published was incredible. They were peer-reviewed, and … More CMAJ Publication
I’m very pleased to have a new poem up at the Oceans & Time blog on Honey & Lime Lit. You can read “Floral Dissection” on their website now! I’m especially pleased to have this poem up in 2019, not only because it marks the New Year, but because it’s the first poem from my … More Oceans & Time
I recently took part in Thomas Whyte’s mini-interview blog for poets. You can find my five-part question and answer series here. I tend towards minimalism in my writing most of the time, so it was nice to indulge this tendency.