Spent a week in Joshua Tree, California, this spring testing out some installations and objects for future photo projects…
After living in the San Francisco Bay Area for 14 years, it definitely feels like home. So I was honored to be part of the 2018 Way Bay Postcard project, reading event, and exhibit at the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive this year. Such amazing company to share this space with, so many gems to send out into the world…
This little collection is very close to my heart (and my Midwestern roots), plus it’s been through years of shapeshifting, so I am thrilled to finally share this work in its present form. Huge thanks to dancing girl press & studio for supporting this work with their cool chapbook designs!
You can order a copy today.
My first full-length collection of poems, Tell Me Every Anchor Every Arrow, is coming out from Kelsey Street Press this fall! Pre-order a copy now and get a surprise in your mailbox this October…
(Cover art: Jesse Walton, Both Sides, 2015)
I’m joining Mg Roberts, erica lewis, Hazel White and Jennifer Pilch at the mic this Saturday to celebrate the release of Jennifer’s new book from KSP. Join us:
Saturday, Jan. 16 @ 7pm
The Octopus Literary Salon
2101 Webster St. @ 22nd, Oakland
Love working my way through the pages of this new anthology from Timeless, Infinite Light.
My poem ‘Believing the Stones as They Fell from Your Mouth’ is lucky to be surrounded by 227 pages of pure magic. East Bay poets, holler!
Thrilled to have new work in the latest issue of 6 x 6 by Ugly Duckling Presse. The poem: Count Like It Calms You.
Smartly bound with a black rubberband and featuring one of my favorite poets, Kate Colby.