I’m thrilled to share that my submission to Arachne Press’ 2019 Solstice Shorts Festival, Time and Tide, has been longlisted! For more information about the festival or to view the entire longlist, check out their website.
My photograph, “Snake Rail,” appeared in Thimble Literary Magazine Vol. 2, No. I in June 2019.
My photograph, “Austen Solace,” appeared in Thimble Literary Magazine Vol. 2, No. I in June 2019.
I received a copy of Sabrina Jeffries’s Project Duchess through Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours. As always, this review reflects only my honest thoughts on the book.
My flash fiction piece, “As Simple as Flowers” appeared in Marías at Sampaguitas on 28 June 2019.
Micro is a microchapbook of micropoems by Juliette Sebock. This tiny book contains 10 short poems and measures approximately 2.125 x 2.75 inches. Each book is handmade and numbered, representing its place in the limited 100-copy run.
I received a copy of Chloe N. Clark’s Your Strange Fortune for review purposes. As always, this review reflects only my honest thoughts on the book.
Sun Puddles consider the draw of the natural world—through sun and water—and the sense of both losing and finding the instinctual familiarity that comes with it. Through elements, places, and people, it questions whether a certain environment can truly define one’s home.
Since their inception in 2018, I’ve been lucky enough to work with Royal Rose Mag several times. On 20 May 2019, I officially joined their team as a regular contributor.
I’m so excited to be a part of the very first Performance Anxiety virtual group poetry reading with ten other amazing poets and performers!