Featured Reader, Olympia Poetry Network (online). 6:30-8:30 (6 p.m. open mic signup) Wednesday, July 20, 2022.
Reading with Kathryn Smith, Auntie’s Bookstore, Spokane, WA. 7 p.m. Friday, Sept 23, 2022.
Check out this micro-essay about tarantulas, writing, and existential dread up at Poets & Writers this week, part of a series in which writers offer other writers tips for finding inspiration when they feel stuck. Or, in my case, invite folks into a panic room of one, because sometimes having company helps. Right? Right.
Thrilled that Arrhythmia is featured in Poets & Writers Page One this month, along with truly inspiring company. If you’re looking for books to befriend in 2022, this list is a great place to begin!
I am over the moon to announce that my second book comes out this November from Persea Books. Arrhythmia can be pre-ordered NOW, through Indiebound. Also in the works: an aerial + poetry video moment, and possible actual real-person events this fall. Stay tuned.
I’m honored to have a poem in the most recent issue of The Cortland Review, among a dizzying array of talented poets and their thrilling work.
I am unbelievably honored to be in residence for the next two months at Civitella Ranieri, in Umbria, Italy, with a jaw-droppingly talented cohort of artists, composers, and writers from around the world. Also, watch out for new poems coming out soon in SpoKe and december magazines. Photo credit Deb Willis.
I’m pleased to have a long poem about lightning and grief in the most recent issue of Barrow Street, alongside a staggering list of incredible poets, ten of whom have names that start later in the alphabet than my own!
I’m thrilled to have had new poems chosen for second place in the Tucson Festival of Books Literary Awards, and look forward to taking part in the festival March 11-13, 2018. Huge thanks to Mary Jo Bang for her kind words about my work. Dickinson-esque(!?) Swoon.