Ecstatic that my longest sectioned poem, “Redbird,” has found a home within this special Australian journal.
I’m all about women empowerment, and this feels like a good fit for such a vulnerable and important poem.
This newest issue of Not Very Quiet is set to launch tomorrow, September 14th. There is also an audio file, so you can hear me read, if you’d prefer.
Two of my poems are up on The Daily Drunk magazine.
I got the acceptance e-mail 10 minutes after I sent the submission, which was a massively wonderful surprise, and definitely a record for me!
Read them here.
Keep writing & wandering,
During this time of uncertainty and sadness, I have some good news to share—I received an acceptance from a top choice journal for my poem “Inside the Den.”
Check out Portland Review and read my piece here.
Delighted to have my poem included in this anthology. Check it out here, available on Amazon.
Hope everyone is staying safe & healthy, in this crazy year of 2020 so far.
Ever heard of Taco Bell Quarterly? Now you have. (You’re welcome.)
Check out this incredible new lit mag, which features my work in Issue 2!
Write poetry. Live Más. Repeat.
Yes, I am obsessed with Taco Bell, today and always.
Ecstatic that my poem, Neon Woman, is included in this winter issue of Pretty Owl Poetry.
Find my poem here– on page 43.
Delighted to share that my poem, Begin Again, is showcased in this anthology! Check out Pennsylvania’s Best Emerging Poets here or by clicking the photo below.
I have always been drawn to the fearless, unapologetic, strong women who roar: the ones that seek out adventures on their own, who carve their own path with their experiences, who shape the world with their ideas, and shake it with their voices.
I am honored to have a poem included here in this #MeToo e-Book- such an important project giving a voice to women everywhere.
Happy to have two poems, “The Delivery” and “Good Girl” in Pink Panther Magazine! Check ’em out:
I wrote this poem for the most important person in my life- the one who carried me, in many ways and through so many waves- my mother.
Thank you to After Happy Hour Review for giving it a home.