Recent Publications & News!

LEON Literary Review will publish my poem “Wish Fulfillment” in their June 2021 issue. This painting by Paul Klee inspired the poem!

My poem, “My Octopus,” is forthcoming in The Night Heron Barks. Stay tuned!

“Everyday My Mother Calls to Tell Me About Things that Might Kill Me” will be part of Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review special “Promise” issue.

A huge thank you to Rust + Moth for publishing my poem “Family Garage Sales” in their Winter 2021 issue.

Thanks to One Week Critique for this interview. I really enjoyed discussing revision and the writing process with Adam Sirgany. Please go here to see the different revisions of my poem “Mirrors.” You can also check out their other wonderful interviews on the same page!

I’m honored and thrilled to announce that Glass Lyre Press will be publishing my poetry collection, The Girl Who Talked to Paintings. My book is currently in production as of May 2021, so stay tuned for updates!

I’m very excited to read my poem, “Notes from the Pantry, 1990,” from RHINO POETRY 2020.