My days recently have been filled with poetry as I prepare for my experimental poetry reading with Catriona Wright, which is just under two weeks away. Never before have I so diligently written poems — my interests usually push me toward short stories — and so never before have I experienced the raw satisfaction of continuously playing with words. Continue reading
Do you like poetry? Do you like experimentation? Do you like Thursday evenings of art and writing and literary surprises? Come see me and Catriona Wright give a collaborative hour-long performance on June 29 from 6-7 pm at The ARTS Project in London. For more details, follow the links below!
Also, did I mention it’s free admission?
Although my bio for this one is a little outdated (I wrote it maybe five months ago), here is my poem, “Stove-gas Quiet,” published today in The Voices Project.
The sixth issue of Occasus, an online literary journal from Western University, is out today! This year they were generous enough to publish two poems, a fiction story, a creative nonfiction story, and an experimental piece of mine. I love this journal, and I encourage you to explore it and read work other than my own. I will provide the link below.
To find the specific links to my writing in Occasus, check out my Published Work page. I will be posting all of them there.
And, as always, I must belt out to KEEP WRITING, EVERYONE. Keep creating. Keep being curious and fearless. To create is to be alive. To create is to lose yourself in something bigger than yourself.
Now, to hurry down to my desk in the wall and work on some more stories…
Written nearly two years ago, my poem, “Another Type of Skin,” was published today in The Voices Project!
Check it out.
My three-part poem, “A Memory of Elephants,” was published last night in The Quilliad, a small press publisher of Canadian writing and art based in Toronto. I will republish it here for your perusal, but for more information on purchasing the seventh issue of The Quilliad, click here.
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