Publications

 

Blood & Bourbon, Fall 2016

How Quickly Things Rot

Blue

The Wrong Place

Oft denk’ ich, sie sind nur ausgegangen

Delray

Open Book, Fall 2016

Interviews With Three Up and Coming Writers

Polar Expressions Publishing, Fall 2016

Last Child in the Woods

Rob Mclennan’s Blog, Summer 2016

Ongoing Notes: the Ottawa Small Press Book Fair

Julie Mellor, Poet, Spring 2016

Out of the Blue

Generation Magazine, Winter 2015

Hospital is Home

Two Piece

Now We Are Twenty-Six

Oratorio

Poetry Chapbook. Anstruther Press. 2015

The Windsor Review, Winter 2015

Standing in my Kitchen

Raspberries in Yiddish

Delray

The Wrong Place

Poetry Chapbook. Anstruther Press. 2015

Cockroach, October 2015

Maynooth

The Moon Inside

Red Wheelbarrow, Fall 2015

Heads Were Rolling Down Snigg Hill

Not Hot Enough

Always Babies

Hart House Review, Spring 2015

Blue

Pudding Magazine, Spring 2015

Your Moon Inside

Harbinger AsylumSpring 2015

Astronomy

Ex-Pat Ode

The Coachella Review, Fall 2014

Heads Were Rolling Down Snigg Hill

The Nervous Breakdown, Spring 2015

Radar

Leaf Press, Winter 2014

Now, Sisters

The Cannon’s Mouth, Issue 53, September 2014

Prairie City

Maynooth

Fireworks

Myths of the Near FutureFall 2014

Last Child in the Woods

The Bakery

Inheriting Her Fractures

Room, 37.3, September 2014

Serial Earth Shaker

Boston Poetry, Summer 2014

My Dad’s Children

Abyss

My Mother Getting Married

As Long As I Can,

Commune

Canvas Magazine, Spring 2014, collaboration with Alice Zilberberg

Goddess Almighty

The Irish Literary Review, Spring 2014

Now, Sisters

carte blanche, Spring 2014

The Wrong Place

The Cadaverine, Spring 2014

Turned Around Here

Acta Victoriana, 138, April 2014

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