A couple of readings

Hey People,

There are a couple events happening this Sunday. I hope you can make it out. 

The first event is the monthly Junction Reads series going down at 3030 Dundas West in the Junction. The event starts at 4PM and will be featuring Diane Schoemperlen, Ed MacDonald, Bruce McDougall, Helen Nelson and Tamai Kobayashi. Junction Reads is hosted and coordinated by the lovely Alison Gadsby.  

I'll be at Junction Reads and then making my way down to Bathurst and Bloor to read at The Underdog Poets Academy. This is a Meat Locker Editions project that helps emerging writers get some exposure. The reading takes place at the Central on Markham. Featured readers start at 7:30 and then there's an open mic segment for anyone interested! 

I'm excited to get back into a poetry headspace. These days most of my creative energy goes towards my collection of short stories. I'll be sharing some old work and hopefully a new piece as well. 

See you soon. 


Hysteria Podcast: Write Your Own Misadventure

Last week I got to sit down at talk to the ladies of Hysteria: The Podcast. We talked everything from my ongoing short story project to the struggles of self-marketing.

You can have a listen here.

I'm so honoured I had the chance to sit down with co-hosts Lizzie Renault and Jenn Walker. What insightful, talented women. Lizzie is a tattoo artist with Speakeasy Tattoo and Jenn is an activist and writer. Check out their work and send some love.






Website Launch & Junction Writes Youth

Hey People,

Welcome to my website. This space will be used to house my digital portfolio and resume. You can check out my published work, corporate writing and script work, as well as past and upcoming readings and workshop events

I'm very excited to announce I'll be teaching a Youth Correspondence Workshop in conjunction with the Junction Writes writer's collective. This workshop is an eight week distance course intended for emerging writers ages 14-18 who are eager to develop their unique voice. If you know a young writer, reader or fiction lover, feel free to contact me for more information.

More news to come in the next couple of weeks.