Potluck recently posted three of my poems. Main Road and Uliga Campus are set in Majuro; The Oceanids’ Canto belongs to a sequence that re-tells the Persephone myth using multiple voices and codes.
Read my latest published poems, Fire Flowers in the Lagoon and Third Space, in Red Bridge Press’s Rivet: The Journal of Writing That Takes Risks.
Twinned—my poem about art, sisterhood, and the State Fair—has appeared online at Rust + Moth.
Poseidon’s Canto, now appearing in Really System, is the first piece of my long work on Persephone, The Bringers of Fruit, to be published.
Clare Literary Journal has published my poem, Franziska, which is from a longer work dealing with Aktion T4, the Nazi “euthanasia” of disabled people that preceded the Holocaust. Two other pieces from this sequence previously appeared in Compose.
I have two autumnal poems, 10tember and Fermented Pomegranate Seeds, in Red Savina Review 2.1.