Hey there! I’m honored to be participating in 100 Choices, a fundraising project to benefit The Mango House, an organization that provides resources to refugees who are resettling in the Denver area. The way it works is that when you make your $15 donation, you select one of the many participating writers and artists. When the fundraiser is finished, you’ll receive an original piece by that person. It’s a quick and easy way to help, and score some original art or writing, too!
Please check out 100 Choices to read participant’s bios, and if you have the means, consider making a donation today. The fundraiser ends on 2/28.
I’m so excited to be a part of this collaborative/multimedia art project in which many local creators will make a body in Greensboro Project Space from work inspired by/infused with the four humours. (I’m just as excited I have the excuse to spend the next months researching medieval medicine… Blood letting! Leeches! Hurray!) Stay tuned for updates on the project/ put March 2nd on yr calendar to see the final body! You can also check out the project website here.
I’m thrilled to have a poem in the new issue of Field, alongside a dream team of poets and scholars! Check it out/buy your copy here.
Hey! I’ll be reading with poet Al Maginnes at Scuppernong Books on Thursday, 8/3 at 7:00 PM. Come hear me read some poems about ghosts, insects, and global warming. It’ll be a blast.
Nope, I’m not peddling actual super-creepy sleep paralysis, just the sometimes-creepy poems in my new chapbook Sleep Paralysis, now available from dancing girl press!
Hey look! I have some poems in the latest issue of Josephine Quarterly.
Read ’em here.
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Welcome to my revamped (and still under contruction) website.
Along with a general virtual HI AND WELCOME, I’ve got exciting news to share: my chapbook Sleep Paralysis will be published by dancing girl press in 2017! In the meantime, you can also check out my selected publications for some of my writing.
A complete academic CV and more info on upcoming events coming soon. Thanks for your patience.