Here is an interview I did for English Kills Review with the author of The Butcher’s Sons: Sawdust and Raw Meat: An Interview with Scott Alexander Hess, author of The Butcher’s Sons AdvertisementsRead more "Sawdust & Raw Meat."
My first book of poetry, ANGEL PARK, is out this week! I wrote a little bit about this in English Kills Review. Here is a little snippet: You see, once other people get their hands my book, it will belong to them. Yeah I know, that is the goal, but I spent so much time […]Read more "Angel Park"
Favorite Places In The World – #RP002: Playland aka Rye Playland aka Playland Amusement Park aka the Inner-city kid’s Disney. Rye, New York. (est. 1928). I have so many fond memories of this place. Here are a shortlist of them: The #dragoncoaster!!!! My EPIC Reenactments (mostly in my head…MOSTLY) of Mariah Carey’s Fantasy video over and over. Think flirty […]Read more "Rye Playland"
Favorite Places In The World – #QC001: Marché Jean-Talon, Montréal, Québec. Montréal has a special place in my heart, so this will probably not be the only time I mention it on this list. It was at the Canadian border, while being questioned by a Douane officer that I admitted something very important. In a faintly […]Read more "Marché Jean-Talon"
I have a a whopping 8 poems in the latest issue of Assaracus! This issue is pretty awesome and I hope you stop by and visit page 72. Issue 16 of Assaracus: A Journal of Gay Poetry (ISSN: 2159-0478) features work by some of my favorite poets including Glenn Phillips, Dustin Brookshire, Michael Walsh, Philip […]Read more "Assaracus Issue 16: A Journal of Gay Poetry"
Nepantla: A Journal Dedicated to Queer Poets of Color is an intentional community space. Our mission is to nurture, celebrate, and preserve diversity within the queer poetry community. Through this journal, we are attempting to center the lives and experiences of QPOC in contemporary America. Thus, we view the journal (and our reading series) as […]Read more "NEPANTLA!"
I am so grateful to have been given the opportunity to take part in the LLF 2014 Workshop for Emerging LGBT writers. Not only was this respite in the LA haze a wonderful place to explore my own writing, but it also afforded me the time to connect to other talented and generous writers. I […]Read more "Life After Lambda"