My poem, “Hope,” appeared in Marías at Sampaguitas on 16 February 2020.
Plight of the Pangolin discusses the pangolin and, of course, their plight. As the speaker laments humanity’s treatment of the pangolin, it brings about a beacon of hope, a silver lining through it all: it’s not too late to help change their fate.
My poem, “Asking for It” appeared in Headline Poetry & Press’ Roe v. Wade column on 14 February 2020.
My found poem, “Rape Culture: A Checklist” appeared in Headline Poetry & Press’ Roe v. Wade column on 13 February 2020.
The project doesn’t have a set publication date, but will be considering submissions until the anthology is full—submissions are open now!
Three Words follows the rise and (amicable) fall of a relationship, and all of the feelings that come along with it.
I received a copy of Prin Mayowa’s Words I’ve Felt but Never Known for review purposes. As always, this review reflects only my honest thoughts on the book.
I’m thrilled to share that my chapbook manuscript, Three Words, has been selected for publication with Bottlecap Press!
Thank you to Paul at the Wombwell Rainbow for this lovely interview on my writing motivations, influences, and works in progress!
My haibun, “Origin Story of a Ball of Fluff,” was published in Issue 5 of Eye Flash Poetry, available for preorder now.