• New Publication: The Bracelet with Hanging Fish Beads

    I am excited to announce that my little poem “The Bracelet with Hanging Fish Beads” found a home in The Galway Review! This poem speaks on the moment one becomes aware of their own agency. Find Online, Like, and Comment Here!

  • Full Moon in Aries Reflection Prompts

    Happy Full Moon in Aries! Today’s Hunter’s Moon peaks at 1:55pm PDT and is all about tightening our belts to prepare for winter. I channeled some questions to help you call attention to what aspects of your life are lacking accountability and longevity. So, grab a journal or copy-pasta into your digital notes! Answer these…

  • Sunless Sea Open Mic: Poetry & Spoken Word

    Every Tuesday from 7:30 pm on, I’ll be at the Unurban Coffee House (3301 Pico Blvd. Santa Monica, CA) with organizer DeForeest Wright for the Sunless Sea Open Mic! Stop by, or tune in to our live feed. We also have a Facebook group for poets that’s growing rapidly. Join here 🙂

  • Conestoga Zen Volume 2

    I’m excited to announce that four of my poems were published in Conestoga Zen Volume 2: LIGHTBEARERS WAYFINDERS, which I also helped to edit along with Minca Borg, emally june breffle, Rustin Larson, Angela Sickler, Almedia Stewart, Maggie Ventsias, and Aliyah Warwick! Paperback copies are purchase-able here on lulu! And here is a sneak peek…

  • Liquid Heaven–Visual Single by Magenta Moon

    On 2/2, my band Magenta Moon released our first visual single. It’s the lead single from our new EP “Paul Rudd’s Robot Girlfriend.” It’s a moody throwback love song mostly about how it’s hard to be vulnerable even in true love situations. Here you can read an interview we did with DOPECAUSEWESAID about the video.

  • Poem: Walmart Parking Lot Spokane Washington

    I wrote this poem after a trip east to Spokane and Missoula in 2021. I often visit Spokane, because my godson lives there. The people and the vistas open me up every time.

  • A Poem from 2018

    Happy Mother’s Day! During the summer of 2017 I participated in a project where I wrote a sonnet every day for a month. This was a big challenge. I had just graduated from college and was living with my parents for the summer before moving to Indianapolis, Indiana. Though the poems I wrote that month…