I am thrilled to announce that I will be teaching undergraduate writing at John Cabot University in Rome. This is such an honor and a dream to be teaching in a liberal arts college that shares so many of my educational values. I look forward to this new and challenging experience.
(this will be me soon!)
Isabel Waidner and Ruth Höflich were kind enough to include me in their gorgeous journal, The Arrow Maker, in Issue 2. I am honored to be featured alongside such stunning, challenging work.
Here’s a link to download the pdf version: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gyyxazt90zbxd2w/The%20Arrow%20Maker%202.pdf?dl=0
Thanks to Kathy Slade and Kay Higgins for bringing my chapbook, Body to Mineral to the Los Angeles Art Book Fair— I’m honored. Publication Studio Vancouver has my heart. Even though I’m pretty jealous on this rainy day and wish I were there too!
Thank you to Kelly Luce for publishing this essay. And thank you to everyone who has read it and given me loving feedback, it means so much.
I am so honored to be a part of this series, especially in these times when the presence of diverse voices, voices from the margins, needs to be placed at the center.
Thank you, Alta Price.
You can check out my interview, along with many others right here.
(Tropicalia art– seems fitting)
Yo-New York! is a crazy ‘zine playing with authorship and place and they published my love poem to my bff. I’m in there with loads of other amazing New York-centric artists. ❤
Get a copy!
It was so beautiful to read with Group Huddle. It was right after the election and it was incredibly healing to come together and read new work in translation. Parker Menzimer also made an elegant ‘zine of our work that everyone there received.
I am here in North Adams in the cold and snow working on a book. It is so beautiful here and I get to live among the art. The residency gives us space and some career counseling as well. Here is more information Mass MoCA Studios— it is such an honor to be here.
This is my studio with my book up on the walls: