Adult Mag + The Atlas Review + BORT Quarterly + Popsickle 2015

O it has been a minute!

* I have a new story online @ the sensuous, #NSFW Adult (under “Bedtime Stories,” hehe). Their print issues are BEAUTIFUL, and there is no other mag out there exploring contemporary erotics from such a smart, well-designed angle as Adult. Please consider purchasing one of their print issues—they’re gorgeous!

* I have two deathy, apocalypsy poems (“CYOA” + “Phantasmagoria”) on Q1 2015 of BORT Quarterly.

* Issue #5 of The Atlas Review is fresh off the printers & features three of my ‘monster’ poems. Get ’em while they’re hot. & that cover art! How it pops! Pinkened muse spreading jelly on onions = the best $10 you’ll ever spent.

* POPSICKLE is happening again (!!!) Six years of being such a literary festoon. I’ll be in Brooklyn for a lil bit this summer, so come say hi.

XOXO

It’s 2015 and Here Are Things

Here are some miscellaneous wonders that I never posted about but heyyy:

⚫ My poem “Cantica” will be included in the 2015 edition of Best American Experimental Writing.

An interview I did with Apogee about the poems they published & beyond

“Point/Counterpoint: Reading from Smartphones” cheekiness @ Real Pants

⚫ I will be at AWP in April & I’ll be caking in a very dragtastic reading: Embawdied Lit

⚫ I’ll also be participating in an off-site event about creating & maintaining liberatory space via Apogee (alongside Belladonna*, Litmus, Counterpath and more)

⚫ I’ll have some poems in an upcoming issue of the gorgeous POWDER KEG Magazine so keep ya eyes on those icebergs

Apogee IV, Mental Marginalia, and The Atlas Review

The Atlas Review

I’m delighted to have a couple of poems in the new Issue Four of APOGEE.

On December 9th, I’ll be reading in Brooklyn at Mental Marginalia’s “Decemberalia” reading with Cynthia Cruz, Peter Milne Greiner, Keegan Lester and Chelsea Coreen.

The next day, on December 10th, I’ll be reading at The Atlas Review‘s 2nd anniversary reading with a line-up of furies: Keegan Lester, Emily Present, Marie-Helene Bertino, and Cathy Park Hong. I’ll also have a few poems in their fifth issue sooo keep an eye [or two] out!