(Un)Requited is a collection of poems about loves: new and old, true and false, and, of course, requited and unrequited.
Boleyn is a micro-chapbook featuring a series of six poems about the life and legacy of Anne Boleyn, particularly in light of the #MeToo movement and her own place as a historical woman entrenched in a patriarchal society.
Screaming from the Silence is a series for survivors of sexual abuse and assault who aren’t comfortable sharing their name alongside their stories.
“How My Cat Saved My Life” and Other Poems is an in-progress chapbook of poems about my emotional support cat, Fitz, and the impact he has had on me as I’ve dealt with a variety of physical and mental health problems.
Even as Chris pushes her to distance herself from the situation, she tries to support Ava however she can. When the affair escalates, though, all of their lives may be at risk.
Centre Stage is a poetry collection considering the impact that music, film, and theatre has.
Put Me In, Coach* is a biography of Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania native George S. Lord, my grandfather. Throughout his life, George has been a prolific photographer and local historian and has impacted hundreds of lives in coaching and otherwise staffing a variety of sports.