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Stories From the Edge of Blindness

In 2002, Retinitis Pigmentosa changed my life. This is my story of a slow approach to darkness.

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Breath

I can't believe it is almost July. I think the world is developing a new relationship with time and space, as the definition of daily existence continues to be altered by the power of nature. I personally find myself in... Continue Reading →

Stress Fracture

I am thrilled see my poem," Stress Fracture", published today in Literati Magazine. My huge thanks to publisher Renée Sigel!!!

A Little Recorded Poetry

I have a new recorded poem up on YouTube, if you feel like having a listen. This one is the first of 5 originally published in The Writing Disorder. I hope you like it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pdc1Uq9gRMo&t=32s

Missing the Dead

I am absolutely thrilled that my first acceptance from a journal this year came from Nine Muses Poetry, a journal that has published so many of the contemporary writers I admire. My huge thanks to editor Annest Gwilym for including... Continue Reading →

The Writer

"The Writer" is the final poem from my recorded poetry series, originally published in Chantarelle's Notebook. It was inspired by a beautiful piece written by River Dixon from "The Stories In-Between" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGcowRksV0k

Stiff Trigger

My latest recorded poem is up on YouTube. It is the third of six poems originally published in Chanterelle's Notebook. Kendal Bell, editor of Chantarell's Notebook, chose to nominate this poem for a Best of the Net award, which was... Continue Reading →

From The Hungry Chimera

It has been interesting, and a bit strange, resurrecting my older poems for the Recorded Poetry Series I started on YouTube.  Although I hope I have grown as a writer and will continue to grow and evolve, the earlier poems,... Continue Reading →

Guest Writer – Carrie Ann Golden

The shared experience of RP is what initially drew me to read Carrie Ann's blog, " A Writer and Her Sentimental Muse", but it was something much deeper than blindness that connected us.  Poetry!  Although we both have vision loss,... Continue Reading →

The Opiate Magazine

I am thrilled to have a poem in The Opiate Magazine today.  3 more of my poems have been accepted for their next print issue and I am over the moon.  My huge thanks to editor, Genna Rivieccio! If you... Continue Reading →

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