Signed Copies of Flirting with Disaster & Other Poems Available Now

Sick of buying stuff for others yet? Why not get yourself a little something? How about a little poetry? Signed copies of Flirting with Disaster & Other Poems, my first full-length collection of poetry, are available directly from me here: The book is 86 pages long, perfectly-bound and contains sixty poems, including the Thelma Prize … Continue reading Signed Copies of Flirting with Disaster & Other Poems Available Now

“Hollow Rings” Out Now in Better Than Starbucks Poetry Magazine

Morning, Hope everybody had a spooky Halloween. I’ve got a new poem, Hollow Rings, out today in Better Than Starbucks Poetry Magazine. I was lucky enough to have my poem chosen as the Editor’s Choice for Free Verse Poetry! Thanks to Vera Ignatowitsch & Anthony Watkins! You can read the poem online here or order a copy … Continue reading “Hollow Rings” Out Now in Better Than Starbucks Poetry Magazine

Three Poems to be Anthologized in This Is Poetry Volume IV: Poets of the South

Morning, y’all, Hope you slept well or stayed up all night into the early morn having the time of your life. Either way, three of my poems, Flirting with Disaster, I Wrote This Sober, & Maybe the Burning Bush, are going to be anthologized in This Is Poetry Volume IV: Poets of the South. Release … Continue reading Three Poems to be Anthologized in This Is Poetry Volume IV: Poets of the South

“Third Fig (A Letter to Edna)” Out Now in Triggerfish Critical Review

My poem, Third Fig (A Letter to Edna), was recently published by the good folks of Triggerfish Critical Review in Issue 20. It is a letter-in-verse to Edna St. Vincent Millay. There is an audio-clip of the poem on the site as well. A neat aspect of Triggerfish is that contributors are given the chance to … Continue reading “Third Fig (A Letter to Edna)” Out Now in Triggerfish Critical Review