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
Well, well, well. It’s been almost six months since my last entry, because as we all know, I’m really not all that good at blogging. That said, there’s so much stuff to update my readers on! Since making my way back to Kingston, I’ve been much more involved with the local poetry scene, and with … More Performances, publications, and anniversaries.
“A Quiet Courage is an online literary journal that publishes compelling, poignant, memorable, and well-written microfiction and poetry in 100 words or less.” Short shorts have always held a special place in my heart, be they postcard stories, poetic prose, or short poems, and when I discovered A Quiet Courage, a literary journal dedicated to … More A quiet courage
I’ve got a Tumblr account for advertising my poetry – I post an image once a day, as well as quotes from the work of other poets I love. Any other Tumblr users kicking around WordPress? I’m always looking for new Tumblrs to follow! Is this something you’d like to see more of on my … More Satellites
I took a long break the last couple of years, both from submitting my work to literary journals and from performing it, while I taught myself the business of independent publishing, releasing Whispers in 2014 and then Switch in 2015. My last performance (until this month) was in July of 2015. My last inclusion in … More Pulse: soon to be included in The Black Napkin Issue 4
“Margaret May Reis knows how strange she is; people have been telling her for years. At sixteen years old, though, Maggie begins to realize that strangeness is only half the story. Maggie isn’t just strange – she’s a witch.” I know that fans of Switch have been waiting a long time for the next installment … More The Witches of Armour Hill