8.16.2020

Upcoming Panel Discussion

 

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Photo by Alex H. Pflaum

Want to learn more about inclusive writing? Join me, Ebonye Gussine Wilkins, and deandre a. miles-hercules for a free panel discussion moderated by Tiên Nguyn and hosted by the D.C. Science Writers Association.

Wednesday, August 26
6:30 p.m. ET
register here
read more here


7.11.2020

Recent Work

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Photo by William Daigneault
Places to find my poems this summer:

4.27.2020

Recent Work

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Detail of The Burning of the Houses of Lords and Commons by J.M.W. Turner

Places you can find my work this spring:

2.06.2020

Interview with blood orange

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Photo: Luca Iaconelli via Unsplash

Later this spring, one of my tiny poems will appear as part of blood orange's extraordinary poetry tarot. I spoke with blood orange editor katie o'brien about reading (both books and cards), writing, and that most stressful of questions: What are you working on now?

Read the interview here.

1.31.2020

Recent Work

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Photo: Anita Austvika via Unsplash

It's been a very fancy few months. Some recent publications:
  • Two prose poems in Moonchild Magazine, Issue Six
  • One micropoem in PØST, Issue V
  • A reprint in Aesthetica Creative Writing Annual 2020
  • A matchbox (!) from Post Ghost Press 
  • One poem in small poems for the masses, volume five

1.12.2020

One Poem In Aesthetica

A book resting on a blue chair. The title is Aesthetica Creative Writing Annual 2020.

My poem "Surreal Monogamist," originally published in Yes Poetry, appears in this year's Aesthetica Creative Writing Annual. Get your copy here.

10.29.2019

New Feature Story at The Open Notebook

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To write about a body is to expose it. This is, of course, part of the reason we do it: to lay bare the experience, to enlist witnesses, to find connection. But this exposure is not without risks. 

Read more at The Open Notebook.

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