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APRIL 2020

  • Shelter-in-place is in effect for at least another month. It's been a weird, slow, and anxious time. I'm really grateful to everyone working to keep our basic needs met. Of course, gratitude won't be enough. Here is a resource I found to facilitate mask donation to healthcare providers. 

  • Tomorrow River Homestead kindly hosted me for a short but sweet week in residency in snowy rural Wisconsin. 

  • I finally updated this site to include more recent written and print work.

  • Since October, I have been collaborating as poet and linguistic with a group of incredible choreographers and dancers under the Counterpulse ARC Edge Residency. Our performances have been postponed, until further notice, but you can read more about the project and support the dancers here. 

  • Three poems I wrote were set to music and performed at the Center for New Music by SFSU music and composition students for the RGB Arts Festival. 

May 2019

  • I will be serving as poetry editor for 14 Hills' 2019-2020 issue!

  • I'm taking over as co-curator for SFSU's grad reading series VelRo. We're aiming to take the series off-campus and into the community.

  • I began using Twitter with mixed results. Come @ me.​

  • !!!! My next residency is this winter at Tomorrow River Homestead, a program in rural central Wisconsin, a brand new state and region for me!

April 2019


I commemorated the release of my new chapbook cairns at the Green River Rock & Mineral Festival, with a reading at Fossil Point, just before BLM paleontologist Greg McDonald showed us how to find sauropod and allosaurus femur bones and vertebrae in the surrounding rock. Here's the KZMU radio story about the weekend!