It's reaching that time again where I've accumulated a bunch of recent publications and want to compile them here to keep from forgetting they ever existed.
+ Jill Khoury at Rogue Agent was kind enough to give a home to the very first poem in my forthcoming Scream chapbook, "IF YOU PAUSE IT JUST RIGHT."
+ Another four of the Scream poems are nesting as a tiny horror family over at Queen Mob's Teahouse.
+ "Always a Sinner" and "She Drives the Honda to Wisconsin," both written while on my West Coast Pelican tour, were published in the most recent issue of Omniverse.
+ Most recently, a surrealist breakup poem I wrote what feels like a million years ago, called "Forever Doesn't Count," finally found a home in issue 7 of Nightblock.
Also, if you want to support me and several dozen writers I truly admire, you can order a copy of Drunk in a Midnight Choir's first anthology, Welcome to the New Hallelujah, here, featuring work from Mckendy Fils-Aime, Melissa Newman-Evans, Jess Rizkallah, Sam Sax, Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib, and so many more who make my heart scream sparks.