My short story, “The Garden of Evil,” won Moment Magazine‘s annual Short Fiction contest for 2017. You can read it here.
I read at the Leon Art Gallery in Denver at 5:00 on Sat. Mar. 5th, 2016.
I read in Brooklyn at Unnameable Books on Oct. 25 from 1-3 as part of the Coven Press reading. Here is what someone wrote about the reading. It was a really cool experience, because it was six women, most of whom I have known for a long time through the internet, but half of whom I was meeting in person for the first time. There was also an electronic harpist, which was as spectacular as it sounds.
I read at the Steynberg Gallery in San Luis Obispo in July as part of the Poetry at the Steynberg series. Find out more here.
May 21, 2015 was the world premiere at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis of the sixth season of the Motionpoems’ webseries. For season six, short films were adapted from poems by a line-up of all female poets, including an adaptation of “How Not To Need Resurrection,” the first poem from Resurrection Party. Find out more about Motionpoems here. The film will be available online sometime in the forthcoming months.
On May 10, 2015, I read for the Roar Shack Reading Series at 826LA in Echo Park at 4:00 p.m.
A new review of Resurrection Party by Anthony Costello was published by Sabotage Reviews in England. This was the first non-American review of the book. Check it out here!
A brief review of Resurrection Party by Glynn Young comparing it to an “after-dinner entertainment read at a local baron’s court” appeared here.
An interview with Karyn Lively for The California Journal of Women Writers discussing the lengthy gestation period for the book and its themes of death and metamorphosis appeared here. You can also read her earlier review of the book here.
I answered three questions about Resurrection Party for extract(s) here, about the process of putting together the book and what she is working on next. Read three poems from the book previously featured on extract(s) here.
McKenzie Lynn Tozan reviews Resurrection Party here, focusing on its themes of grief as beauty and celebration.
A review of Resurrection Party by Shevaun Brannigan appeared in Entropy here. Find out what kind of drink and party guest Brannigan compared the book to!
On Feb. 23, 2015, I read at Indian Springs High School in Birmingham, Alabama. A recording of the reading can be found here.
A review of Resurrection Party by Katherine Frain for The Rumpus appeared here.
I answered questions about my reading habits as part of the Writers Who Read series here.