Current Things (Summer 2018)

Over the summer, I had some pieces published with lovely places. Here is a round-up:

I have three pieces of flash out and about:

The Width of Your Body Apart (Noble/Gas Quarterly)
This is the Color of Your Eyes in the Dark (Noble/Gas Quarterly)
These Arms of Yours (Lost Balloon)
I did an interview about my book with the lovely Naya Clark for Split Lip Magazine!

I have a poem in this awesome poetry anthology out from Apex Press. It’s called “Z is for—“ and is about zombies (sort of).

I did an interview with the awesome people at former cactus

I have a short story in Drunk Monkeys: Someone Else’s Sleeper (Drunk Monkeys)

And finally some poems in various places:
Cooking with Turmeric (Boston Accent)

Two poems in Moonchild:
Apocalypse Scenario #1 (Moonchild)
Pod Person Time (Moonchild)

But Also this is Why the Robots Always Turn on Us (Glass Poetry)

Three poems in Graviton

Finally, a poem called Lichenometry (The Coil)

 

And I have pieces forthcoming from: Jellyfish Review, The Coil, Bird’s Thumb, Okay Donkey, Pithead Chapel,Drunken Boat, and Modern Language Studies.

And finally, I have decided to remain open for editing/critiquing work even during the school year!

Current Things (November 1st, 2017)

This is the post excerpt.

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Over the past couple of months, a lot has been going on. I released the book trailer for my upcoming chapbook! As a teacher of multimodal composition and communication, I thought it only fair if I did a trailer for the book. I also just love trailers so much (me: the person who watches movies for the trailers).

My chapbook is also now available for pre-order! The poems in it are all centered around themes of loss, violence and women’s bodies, and how we cope with loss.

I also started a new series over at my beloved Nerds of a Feather! It will be an ongoing examination of the horror genre, titled Horror 101.

At Ploughshares, I wrote about writing horror effectively, a short story by favorite writer Percival Everett, and about using tropes in fiction.

I just had one of my favorite short stories I’ve written published in the lovely Cosmonauts Avenue. The story, titled “Other Names,” was originally written as part of an abandoned novel and reformed into a story. These are characters I love (it’s also one of my few stories that I have “dream-cast” in my head). It also deals with a health issue I know first hand.

There were also some other publications: a story I originally published at Flash Fiction Online is now available as an Audible podcast! Plus I had poems at Boston Accent Lit and at Occulum!

Stay tuned for some upcoming pieces at Ellipsis Zine, Public Pool Poetry, (b)oinkzine, Third Point Press, Half Mystic Press, and Bad Pony Magazine!