Disappearing, Inc. forthcoming from Gold Wake Press in early 2019

I’m a little beside myself, filled with a strange energy—three parts excitement, one part disbelief—but I can share that my first full-length collection of poetry, Disappearing, Inc., will be published in early 2019 by the amazing independent publisher Gold Wake Press.


I have endless thanks to give: to Kyle McCord and Nick Courtright as well as all the other folks at GW for embarking on this journey with me; to the editors at journals that have supported and published me; to fellow poets for writing alongside me; to friends and family for putting up with me while I feverishly wrote and chased the dream of putting a book out into the world; and plenty more. But for now, I just say: thanks. Thank you and stay tuned for more—I’ll share details on release dates, preorders, readings, and more, as they become available.

See you soon.



Interview at Superstition Review’s blog

I was interviewed by my musician and teacher friend, Kylie Brown, for Superstition Review’s Authors Talk series about my trio of poems in the journal’s newest issue! This conversation was a blast; it was fun to hear Kylie’s take on these poems and together unpack them, discussing completeness (and incompleteness), the inherent limits of language, and a lot more. Hope you’ll check it out here.