Two days later as I headed down the hill, another large piece of ice came loose from a birch tree and I couldn’t help but internalize that sudden letting go, the ice shifting from a glassy, almost protective coating following every notch and curve of the tree’s trunk and branches to a loose carapace to be shed without hesitation. 

Suspension, Published in Paper Dragon (Issue One, Fall 2020, R&R: Recovery & Resililence)

Poems seen in…

Suspension, Atelier of Healing: Poetry About Trauma and Recovery (Squircle Line Press), 2021

Lost in the Woods III, Deep Wild Journal, June 2021

Poem in Your Pocket Day 2021, League of Canadian Poets

Three poems in Fenland Poetry Journal (UK), Issue 4, Spring 2021

Lost in the Woods (a compressed sestina), The Crank, Issue 2, February 2021

November, Sky Island Journal, Issue 15, Winter 2021

In the Heart of Winter, The Moving Force Journal, Issue 3, Fall/Winter 2020

Sonnet, Not Very Quiet, Issue 6, March 2020

At Dusk, Prime Number Magazine, Issue 163, Oct-Dec 2019

Unbuttered, K’in Literary Journal, Issue 3, June 2019

Poems soon to be seen in…

The Stowaway, Unlost Journal, August 2021

Birds in the Very Early Universe, Prism International, Fall 2021

Birds Like Bombs, Whale Road Review, Spring 2022

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Suspension, Paper Dragon, Issue 1, Fall 2020, R&R: Recovery & Resilience