• My poems “The Snail” and “Untethered” are featured in the final Plath Poetry Project Retrospective!

    It has been an honor and an inspiration to write “alongside” Sylvia Plath this last year while participating in the Plath Poetry Project, which followed the poems she wrote between April 1962-February 1963, the last year of her life. One of the coolest things was knowing that I was writing in real time alongside other contemporary poets, all engaged in reading Plath’s work deeply and writing the best we could into the space made after our hearts and minds had been cracked open by her work. Thanks to editors Megan J. Arlett and Ellene Glenn Moore for being the sparks for our tinder, and for curating the monthly retrospectives to…

  • My poem “Pressed Flowers” is in the new Mom Egg Review!

    I’m excited to have a poem in Mom Egg Review Vol. 16, the “Work & Play” issue! My poem “Pressed Flowers” is in the voice of Clara Westhoff, Rainer Maria Rilke’s wife. I read his book Letters on Cézanne, in which he wrote to his wife about the artist, and his own artistic process, while in Paris, away from her and their daughter. While I appreciate Rilke and Cézanne and love reading letters between and about artists, I was most interested in the artist left at home, Clara, a sculptor. I found his words to her often lacking in inclusion, as if there wasn’t room for her work and thoughts…