in sparkle and blink issue 106
(podcast recording) in It's Lit episode 119
"Irving & 5th" in The Racket Issue 14
"Totally Wonderful" in Nightbirds Vol. 4, 826 Valencia
"A Phone Call with Grandma Floy in May", "Sheltered in place", and "An Opportunity" in Something Ordinary (video –>)
"I, Jurassic" recipient of the 2019 Bindle Award by Nomadic Press
"I, Jurassic" published in and performed with Bay Area Generations #66
"Fret" published in "Nightbirds Vol. 1" by 826 Valencia
"Anderson" published in "Nightbirds Vol. 2" by 826 Valencia
"Two Storms Storming" published in "America's Emerging Poets 2018: Pacific Region" by Z Publishing House
Published by Western's Women's Center in "Labyrinth"
2015 and 2016
"Apples and Pigs" published in "From Bellingham with Love" Vol. 3
"Sword in the Darkness" with Wipf and Stock Publishers
"Eight Gods Book I: Green Dragons" with Village Books and Paper Dreams
"Judas: America Bound" with Alban Lake Publishing
Get these books at "Buy My Books"
"We Will" read at Nick's Lounge, 2/23/19
"Old Love Letters, New Lovers" Competition Winner by WordLitZine
"Comet" in Nightbirds Vol. 3, 826 Valencia
Fantastically strong and focused business owner in San Francisco promoting Black organizing through coffee
A report on a COVID-19 inspired venture doling out coffee on a hyperlocal level
A profile on owner of Estas Manos Coffee Roasters as he navigates COVID-19
A historical, international look at various coffee drinks using egg
A profile on independent risograph printing company
A profile on Seattle-based citizen journalist and activist
A personal narrative and exploration of Cartoon Network's important cartoon "Steven Universe."
Tongue-in-cheek detailing of Halloween baddies versus Justice Kavanaugh.
What does the bike share system look in Seattle?
And what about e-bikes? Spoiler: they look good.
(The article can be found on p.23)
Looking at the comic book industry's renaissance through
a local comic book shop.
of Alan Moore's critically acclaimed comic.
The Western Front