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The Wedding

David and I were married on Dec 9th, 2017 at Tree Tops Park in Davie, Florida. It was a small and intimate event. The time and place were perfect for us. The weather forecast said it was going to be a cold and rainy day, but that was only partially true. It drizzled slightly in the morning but let up…

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Hellos and Goodbyes

October was gone in an instant and November already has one foot out the door. Instead of writing and reading, I was very busy studying for the GRE and applying to MFA programs. I hadn’t done geometry since high school, and hopefully that was the very last time I’ll have to study math again. I had to seek out professors…

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New Poems + Publishing Malaise

I have poems in the new issue of Mortar Magazine: “Before the Geyser” and “The Stones.” My writing is accompanied by the gorgeous street art of Tamara Alves. You can listen to audio of my readings on their site as well. You will also find three of my poems in the newest issue of Requited Journal, a journal I admire for…

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Recommended Reading #8

“What I Miss Most About Hell” by Eugenia Leigh “When I Was Straight” by Julie Marie Wade “American Sonnet for My Past and Future Assassin” by Terrance Hayes “Ellen West” by Frank Bidart “St Zelda’s” by Allison Pinkerton “Woman of the Century” by Claire Polders “The Falling” by Michael Schmeltzer “Saudade” by Traci Brimhall “Self-Portrait as Vessel for Debris” by…

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New Look, New Writing

I’ve changed the look of the site so that it’s more focused on my writing and less just like a personal blog. The blog will still remain for updates and the occasional anecdote I’d like to share, but I don’t want it to be the focus. I’ve updated my list of publications since many of the journals that published my…

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