I have been writing about a storm, hiding behind the clamor of the rain. I have been watching my feelings twist into the drain, willing away their texture and weight. It is futile; this hiding, this twisting, this willing away.... Continue Reading →
I am thrilled to have been selected as the winner of the Sheila-Na-Gig Winter Poetry Contest. The issue is now live! Thank you to Hayley and Jessica for this huge honor!
It’s impossible to think about going blind without thinking about loss. When you have a degenerative disease like RP, the loss comes in unpredictable bursts that steal pleasures and pluck freedom from disappearing fingers. In the weeks just after my... Continue Reading →
I am thrilled to have my poem, "Rose Tinted Glasses" in Foxglove Journal. My thanks to Elizabeth Gibson who has created a beautiful journal. I am honored to be among the writers she has chosen to publish.