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
I’ve been following Tamara for a while now, and every time I come across one of her poems, I can’t help but smile. Her work seems driven by wanderlust, and has a certain “wandering-but-not-lost” quality that I can’t get enough of. Each line gingerly tastes the unknown, exploring the unforeseen. “She wanted to see the … More Tamara Talks
Three of my most recent poems have recently found a home at The Traveling Poet. River Gods, September, and Wild Child are all available now for your enjoyment. With your hands in the river and mud in your hair, you’re my forest; it was always you. The spirit in the woods that called to me … More The Traveling Poet
Hey everyone! Tomorrow is the day my interview with Bruce Kauffman and the accompanying reading will be airing on CFRC 101.9fm, during Bruce’s ‘finding a voice‘ segment. If you don’t live in Kingston, you can still hear the show on the CFRC livestream! Airing between 4-6pm, the two hour show is devoted to the release … More Tomorrow on ‘Finding A Voice’
Hey everyone! It’s been a busy busy busy couple of months, and I have a lot of exciting things going on this holiday season! First is the upcoming release of my new novel by Melange Books, Benjamin, in the first week of December. Next is the upcoming release of my first poetry collection by Hidden … More Free Samples!
Sassafras, the littlest lit mag in the world, chose to include two of my prose poems in their inaugural issue; Towards the Light and Goodbye Kiss. I ground my teeth and set my jaw, and I refused to cry out as I waited in vain for the shadowy road ahead to finally turn towards the … More Sassafras, the littlest lit mag in the world
We are all made and unmade by our creative predecessors, whether we would have it or not, taking the past and reshaping it to express our own thoughts. Every act of creation, then, is a throwback—an homage to every word you read throughout every day, every image that flashes in front of your eyes. Pick … More Ottawa Arts Review: 7.1