New Work in Burrow Press Review

New work up today at Burrow Press Review:

This one is close to my heart, thinking about the impossible standards we sometimes hold ourselves to as mothers, and those ugly, intrusive, (often internal) voices telling us that no matter how much we strive toward those standards, we are never, never enough.

I hope you’ll give it a read and share your own thoughts.


Proud to share pages with Sherrel McLafferty, Gregg Shapiro, Fortunato Salazar, Vi Khi Nao, and Christine Shan Shan Hou.

With gratitude to Ryan Rivas and special issue editor Bre’Anna Bivens for bringing our work together in conversation!

The World Ahead Project

You guys! I’m super excited to share this! I’m working on a new collaboration with book artist Rachel Simmons and wanted to share a peek at our work in progress!

Here’s a description of the project: We’re all tempted, seduced by the question: what will happen next? Especially in times of anxiety and uncertainty, we crave someone or something who can tell us what’s coming. THE WORLD AHEAD is a found text, collage poem, and book arts project using text from the Economist’s The World Ahead 2023 issue, described by the magazine as a “guide to the coming year” and as “future gazing analysis, predictions and speculation.” The project, in which text from the issue is collaged and rearranged into poems and book-art objects, is an attempt to question the idea that we can ever meaningfully predict the future, that we can ever make sense and order out of an uncertain future.

The piece here is based on a poem called “A Chance of Pain,” built using text from “Cloudy with a Chance of Pain” by Roger McShane, China Editor, The Economist “The World Ahead 2023” issue, November 11, 2022.


New Work in Burrow Press Review

Proud to share pages in the Burrow Press Review’s new special issue “The Call to Space: Bodily Awareness” with Ariel K. Moniz, Clayre Benzadón, Bee Hyland, and Emily Lake Hansen.

My piece is “Enter the Ageless Future,” a weird little found-text collage poem built from ad copy for Estee Lauder’s Perfectionist Correcting Serum.

Thanks to Ryan Rivas and to Bre’Anna Bivens, special issue editor, for bringing our work together in conversation! Also, super loving the images they’ve paired with these pieces!