Little ol’ me has been lucky enough to have her writing featured in a lot of incredible journals and magazines – and some of those shenanigans are available online! Click through, if you dare…
“Cherry”, in Kissing Dynamite #48 (Featured Writer), an experimental prose poem (with footnotes!) about food and body image.
“Prep School Drug Mule”, in Hobart , a personal essay about drugs, young longing, and haplessness.
“Do The Sex” in Impossible Archetype, Issue 9, a poem about sex and discomfort.
“Kraft Dinner Flavour Boost Packet: Cotton Candy” (Reviews of New Food) in McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, September 30th, 2021, a review of novelty snack food.
“Spring Catalogue” in Berfrois, October 16th, 2019, a poem about a cabin in rural Nova Scotia.
“Seasonal” as The Tuesday Poem, Dusie Blog, August 27th, 2019. A poem about varying interests.
“Unscattered” in The Walrus, June 2019. A poem about grief and regret.
“13” in Plenitude, January 29th, 2018. A prose poem about a life-altering summer at creative writing camp.
“Dick Van Dyke is a crackerjack wizard” in NewPoetry, September 5, 2017. An experimental poem about mental illness and family.
“Blue-heads” in Plenitude, May 22nd, 2017. A poem about hair dye and teenage longing. (Aren’t they all?)
“Milford” and “Step–” in The Puritan, Issue 32, February 2016. Two poems about rural Nova Scotia, dancing around the subject of death.
“Steeltown Songs” in The Puritan, Issue 24, February 2014. The long poem that re-launched my career.
“Night Shifts” (fiction) in PANK Magazine, October 2012. Short fiction about alcoholism, cross-dressing, and a good Frenchy’s find.