New Stuff

So excited to let y’all know that my poem ‘When I Say I am Like Midwestern Seasons’ is up on Vagabond city lit! Go check it out right here if you feel so inclined.   Advertisements


So happy to be included in Tenderness, Yea’s first print anthology, ‘All American Rejects’. Every piece in the book has been previously rejected by a publisher before, so it truly is a collection of really vulnerable poems and I’m so honored to take up two of seventy eight pages. I highly encourage you to buy … More NEW WORK

New Things!

My work is now featured on Sea Foam Mag and you can find it here   Also nab Tenderness Yea’s first physical anthology ‘American Rejects’. I’m so grateful to have a poem featured in it. You can order a copy of it here!

On Words I Cannot Use

It seems innocuous enough to white eyes and ears. Words I threw around ignorantly in high school. Words like ‘ratchet’ and ‘ghetto’, and ‘nappy’. Words that sound grossly rude and condescending when spoken by white people. Words that may not necessarily be classified as slurs, but that definitely don’t belong in the mouths of white … More On Words I Cannot Use

Justice for Eudocia

For those of you not in the know, The Atlantic recently published a piece by Alex Tizon entitled ‘My Family’s Slave’. You read that correctly. I’ll spare you the summary of the piece, in fact you can read it here, instead I will just write my response. Rightly so, the piece has sparked controversy and … More Justice for Eudocia