"The Bullet Cures"
in Poetry Super Highway
Poetry Super Highway's mission is to expose as many people to as many other people’s poetry as possible. Read poems, submit your poetry for publication, enter their annual poetry contest, and peruse their directory of thousands of poetry and writing websites.
The judges chose my poem as the winner of the PSH 2023 Poetry Contest.
Read "The Bullet Cures" here.
in The Passionfruit Review
Ghosts Are Hungry
A Small Death
The Waterwheel Review is an online literary journal that prefers literature without labels. They celebrate what flows by, no matter its form. They showcase pieces initially with a few companion writings and art/music/video, for a beautiful reading experience.
Read the flash fiction "A Small Death" in issue #20 here.
The Last Pioneers
The Racket is an online literary journal that likes a little grit in their submissions—something that’ll stick in your teeth long after you’re done reading it.
Read my story in Issue 56 here.
Meat for Tea is an award-winning print literary journal that leaves people "contemplating definitions of genre" and has people "re-see what's possible in poetry, prose, and nonfiction." --New Pages
The story is on page 114 in Volume 13, issue 4: Bard.
print, published 2019
Buy it here.
Spires is the student-run literary journal at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. They publish a print journal every spring, and have a digital companion as of 2011.
print, published 1999
Current and Never Events
The stellar T.A. Niles created a video of one of my poems you can watch here.
T.A.'s poem-video is also a beautiful reaction: "A Moment-Us Decision."
T.A.'s blog is full of wonder, thoughts, and resources for writers and poets. Check out T.A.'s mind here.
This Is Poetry
Poem in the anthology Once Upon a Poem. It is the second Pisces Publishing/Creative Juices Anthology, in celebration of National Poetry Month and in tribute to the wonderful poet Sharon Smith-Knight. (April 2022)
Contact me to buy a copy.
Running in the Same Place
Poetry in Issue 18 of Monday Night Lit online. (2018)
Read it here.
One Day This Book: A Review of Miah Jeffra's The Fabulous Ekphrastic Fantastic!
Ruminate: The Waking asks for art that is beautiful or strange, but that feels true.
Read my review of the book here.
What I Learned After 2 American Births
Nonfiction on Medium. (2021)
Read it here.
What People Are Saying
2 stories as semifinalists, 2022 The Ghost Story Flash Fiction contest
"engaging writing style"
"weird, in the best possible way"
"nothing else like it"
shortlisted, 2021 Fractured Literary Flash Fiction contest
finalist, 2019 Black River Chapbook contest by Black Lawrence Press
"so powerful it gave me chills"
"writes like a painter"
"damn near made me break my chair"
"interesting, insightful, relatable"
"beautiful and wise"
"very well written"
"sense of urgency"