Over at Nerds of a Feather, for our series of DYSTOPIAN VISIONS, I got the chance to write about dystopia, violence, and writing with my friend (and very awesome rhetorician) Philippe Meister. This is a discussion that I gained a ton from and was a great experience writing together. So, dearest readers, if you’re interested, I’d love for you to check it out here!
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I’m off to an auspicious start to this week.
I have a short story in the latest print issue of Rosebud, called “The Collective Gravity of Stars.”
I also have two poems in this months issue of Gamut. You can read them here if you have a subscription to the mag (and you should get one, they are awesome)!
I have another poem in the spring issue of Liminality, which can be read here!
And I have a poem up at Reckoning as well–read it here!
I have 3 new poems, alongside some amazing work, in the latest issue of Ghost City Review. You can read it here!
I have two news poems up at the latest issue of the wonderful Freezeray Poetry. One poem is about Flukeman and one is about Devin Harris.
My short story, “See Sky Sea Sky” is up today, among some great stories, at Syntax & Salt. You can read it here!
I’m delighted to have a new poem up at Public Pool (an amazing place for poets with wonderful work. It’s really an honor to have a poem here). This is part of my cycle of poems about women and violence and loss, which I refer to as my “missing girl” series.
If you’re interested in seeing other poems in the series, here are links to those as well:
Missing Girl Found– in the print edition of Outlook Springs
The Fortune Teller’s Daughter in a print edition of Anchor & Plume