It’s book day! So excited to share this one with the world. For a limited time only, it’s 25% off!
Four poems from my upcoming manuscript Out of the Sky were published by Apocalips Publishing.
These poems are redactions of pages from Don DeLillo’s novel Falling Man.
I can’t wait for the whole manuscript to release next Friday. Here’s a sneak peek at the cover.
I wrote “Doors” about a recurring dream I used to have as a child where my brother and I were on vacation and got caught in a storm.
It starts with, “I had this dream where I was riding a motorcycle with my brother. Through a rainstorm.”
Find it on page 35 of Issue 13 from Riggwelter Press.
The way our society treats animals is wrong.
The way we treat our planet is wrong.
I tackle both topics in a new essay from ZEAL magazine, using the videogame Recore as the basis of this philosophical investigation.
My newest poetry collection is finally available. I had the pleasure of working with Drew B. David at Wanton Text Productions and I’m thrilled with the final product. For this book, I fully redacted Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities. Link to purchase the book is below! You can find many of these poems published individually by varying journals in recent history if you visit my publications page.
Been a long time coming but here’s my most recent collection of poetry. I wrote these poems using only the song titles of different music albums. Each poem’s title is the same as the title of the album I used to create the poem’s text.
Hello all, while it’s been awhile, I’m happy and proud to announce the release of my new, full-length collection the same that happened yesterday, out today from Weasel Press. I’d be honored if you considered purchasing a copy or spreading the word.
I recently published a collection of blackout poetry through Sein Und Werded Books. The best part is that it is free! You can download it through their website and read an introduction I wrote for the book.
Any feedback on the project is much appreciated. Art deserves communion.
Hey all, check out this recent interview of me from popular literary blogger Geosi Gyasi, it was a lot of fun to answer his questions. He interviews many talented authors through his blog, all of which is worth a good long look.
Find mine here: Geosi Reads and then go read tons of other great stuff on his site.
Stay tuned from more poetry and info in the future.