Today is the last day of the 365 Challenge. I’ve written 365 poems in 365 days, and although I am looking forward to taking a bit of a break, I’m also so proud of what I’ve accomplished. I want to thank everyone who has supported me along the way, on Facebook, Instagram, and Patreon, where … More 365 Challenge – the last day
On November 17th, I was given the honour of opening for monumental spoken word artist, Shane Koyczan, at the Grand Theatre in Kingston. This was the biggest performance of my career – and I look forward to continue making these steps forward into a career as a spoken word artist.
Day seven of NaNoWriMo has officially drawn to a close. 2017 is my first year participating in NaNoWriMo, but it is (knock on wood) going amazing. My plan was to spend the first few days completing The Witches of Armour Hill: Twisted, which has been a work-in-progress for a criminally long time, and then use … More The Witches of Armour Hill: Twisted
This month, my patrons over at Patreon received an original poem (outside of the usual 365 Challenge updates, which are also compiled there), a performance video from the last Kingston Collective Poetry Show, a self-shot rehearsal video, and two samples of my poetry editing process, showing how the 365 Challenge poems that I post daily … More Patreon Goodies
Let’s talk about Patreon for a minute, shall we? Patreon brings together art-lovers and art-makers, creating a platform for the former to fund the latter, in exchange for rewards and warm-fuzzy-feelings. After hearing some really inspiring success stories from creators that I deeply respect, and some gentle prodding from my awesome friends, I’ve set up … More Ever heard of Patreon?
With the new year rapidly approaching, I’ve had resolutions in mind. As far as I can remember, I’ve never actually made a New Year’s resolution – but this year, I think, is as good a year as any to start. Anyone heard of the 365 Challenge? The concept is simple. Once a day, every day, you … More 365 Challenge
Some of you already know, but in the new year, I’ll be releasing a collection of poetry with Thee Hellbox Press and Hugh Barclay – a true artist who creates beautiful, hand-bound books with letterpress printing and original artwork on acid-free paper. As with all of Thee Hellbox’s titles, this book will have a limited … More The Hellbox Press