Hey Canadian Spec Lit Fans! I’m happy to confirm that I have five pieces eligible for this year’s Aurora Awards: four poems and one microfiction short story.
So uhh it’s been literally two years since I updated this website and I have a bunch of things to share. Please check out my writing page for some free reads of speculative and political poems that I’ve had published, uh, lately! And please feel free to add me on social media because I’m slightly more disciplined about it (or, y’know, addicted to it). First … Continue reading Updates: Chapbooks and Awards and New Work!
My super-cool editor Leza from Tragedy Queens: Stories Inspired by Lana Del Rey and Sylvia Plath had me on her podcast to talk tragedy, Mary Shelley, Shakespeare, the magic of 90s grunge and – of course – lots of chat around the I C O N I C Ms. Plath herself. Check out our chat on Get Lit with Leza! Continue reading I Get Lit With Leza!
Tragedy, revenge, glamour: themes familiar to Lana Del Rey & Sylvia Plath haunt the pages of this genre-bending anthology. This unique mashup of twisted tales features one of my stories, “The Lazarus Wife”! Mid-century malaise and ghostly revelations await. TRAGEDY QUEENS TOC THE BLACKLIST: KATHRYN LOUISE CRAZY MARY: PATRICIA GRISAFI PIPEDREAMS: DEVORA GRAY AND ALL THE WORLD DROPS DEAD: MAX BOOTH III WITHOUT HIM (AND … Continue reading OUT NOW! Tragedy Queens: Stories Inspired by Lana Del Rey & Sylvia Plath
Out now – chroma magazine’s inaugural Red Issue is filled with nonfiction and poetry centered around the color red. Featuring an essay on lipstick by yours truly! “Red lipstick permits you to be candy-apple sweet, to conjure revolution, to be nostalgic for the days of old. It can be ditzy or deadly serious. It meets your eye, daring you to rise to the challenge.” Get … Continue reading chroma magazine – The Red Issue Out Now!
As a writer, editor, and a mixed-race (Mi’kmaq) woman of color, I’m happy to offer my services as a sensitivity reader in the following areas:
– Mi’kmaq culture
– First Nations/Canadian Native cultures
– Mixed-race identity
– Native American cultures
I can also offer generalized feedback on issues surrounding Two-Spirit identity and postcolonialism in the Americas. Continue reading Now Offering Sensitivity Reading!
Dig deep into the dread-filled decade of the 1970s with Blood, Swear, and Fears: Horror Inspired by the 1970s, the newest anthology from Nosetouch Press! Continue reading Blood, Sweat, and Fears: Horror Inspired by the 1970s – Out now!
Get bewitched & betwixt these pages – 30 spellbinding tales involving witches and witchcraft are now available in paperback and ebook! Continue reading OUT NOW! Wax & Wane: A Gathering of Witch Tales
Whether wicked or whimsical, few folkloric figures are as iconic as the witch. Wax & Wane: A Gathering of Witch Tales serves up 30 spellbinding stories of witches that are enchanting and terrifying, amusing and enticing. In my short, “The Hedge”, you’ll meet Rosemary, a spirit worker and hedgewitch. Follow her as she tries to handle a mysterious spirit who straggles behind after one of … Continue reading Wax & Wane: A Gathering of Witch Tales – Available for Pre-Order!