Monthly Archives: May 2018

The Teeterboard

Happy to share a new piece, “The Teeterboard,” published up at Feminine Collective,  a journal in which “powerful women” (and a few good men) share their inspiring stories of daily life….humanity, raw, and unfiltered.  Glad to have another one up … Continue reading

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Monday Morning

Happy to have a new poem, “Monday Morning,” featured in the Spring 2018 issue of Door is a Jar Magazine.   Check it out and support this fine indie press.      

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Blade Runner Love

New poem (“Blade Runner Love””) up at Feminine Collective,  a journal in which “powerful women” (and a few good men) share their inspiring stories of daily life….humanity, raw, and unfiltered. This is a repeat performance at FC for me, and … Continue reading

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Unopened Cover Art

Been working on a collection of poems for release this year and decided to do the artwork myself (samples below). The concept came from the notion that art is like a collection of fragments—memory, imagination, anticipation—broken and reassembled. There are … Continue reading

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Innovation (Sedoka)

A couple years ago, I stumbled across a book of poems by Ryokan, a Zen Monk poet from Japan (1758-1831). He was fond of writing sedokas. Googling will tell you that “the sedōka, or “head-repeated poem,” consists of two tercets … Continue reading

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