CV2's Animal Issue, Spring 2023, Vol. 45, No. 4: 3 poems co-authored with Manahil Bandukwala
Best Canadian Poetry 2023: "Pistil Pumping" - First published in THIS Magazine
Canthius, Issue 10, Summer 2022: "In the box of jewellery we went through when my mother died"
Pinhole Poetry, July 2022, Issue 2: "Restful as a hornet"
ALOCASIA, June 2022: "today I put my hands into dirt, and it was warm" and "I always hope it's a turkey"
Watch Your Head, June 2022: "Perseverance" and "ripple"
CV2's Sick Poetics Issue, 2022: "I don't know how it's possible" and "Those visible capillaries are a sign your sign is no longer yours"
carte blanche, Issue 42, Disability Themed Issue, December 2021: Chaudiére Falls and Smol Bird
untethered magazine, 2021: "Once a week for eternity"
Augur Magazine, Fall 2021: "Exposure"
CV2 Fall 2021: "Close your eyes so you can see"
The Quarantine Review, issue 8, Summer 2021: "Fall" and "Grieving, Year 10"
Savant-Garde Magazine, issue 5, Winter 2021: "The Break"
THIS Magazine, 55th anniversary issue, Spring 2021: "Pistil Pumping"
CAROUSEL, Issue 44, December 2020: Plumage
Blue House Journal, Issue 3, November 2020: The Annual Visit
Non Plus Lit, Issue 2, October 2020: Google Doc of Death
Room Magazine, Issue 43.3, Fall 2020: talk about it
The Minola Review, Issue 27, Fall 2020: You never touched me in public
Capilano Review, Summer 2020, Co-Winner of 2019 Robin Blaser Poetry Prize: 3 poems
long con magazine, Issue 3: What's so blank about it? (Nominated for a 2020 Pushcart Prize)
Red Alder Review: from Tenement, VI. Purified (Filter me, baby) both textual and video reading
Parentheses Journal, Issue 8, Winter 2020: Only for so long
filling Station Issue 73, Creative non-fiction piece: "I cannot write this softly" - finalist for a 2021 Alberta Magazine Award for Best Essay
Glass Poetry Press's Poets Resist Series, December 2019: Those who need to here this won't listen
League of Canadian Poets, Poetry Pause Program: What You Actually Lost
TRAIN blog, March 2019: Queue
Arc Issue 85, Summer 2018: "Seeds" - Winner of 2017 Diana Brebner Prize, (republished in The Harbor Review, Special Abortion Issue, May 2019: read here)
Prairie Fire Summer 2018: "What you actually lost" - 3rd place in 2018 Carmen Bliss Poetry Contest
The Fiddlehead Spring 2018: "Recurrent" - Honourable mention in 2018 Ralph Gustafson Poetry Contest
The Maynard Fall 2017: The malice in my footsteps
SELECT ESSAYS, NONFICTION AND HYBRID PIECES
Symbols, Portals, and Dreamscapes: How Surrealism Helped Me Write My Second Book - an essay for The Nourishing Word Blog, February 2023
filling Station Issue 73, Creative non-fiction piece: "I cannot write this softly" - finalist for a 2021 Alberta Magazine Award for Best Essay (pdf available here)
Something sharp I want to make soft: a hybrid poem/essay on talking poetics
"Angels and Elephants: On Enjambment;" a micro-essay for ARC's November 2020 Newsletter
REVIEWS AND CRITICISM
Read with Pride: 6 books for Pride Month: 6 mini reviews of my favorite books by 2SLGBTQ+ authors for All Lit Up
"The whole description is fiction," a review of Kate Sutherland's "The Bones are There" for ARC Poetry Magazine
"Tiny Ruins of Reality," a review of Nicole Haldoupis "Tiny Ruins" for Carousel Magazine, January 2021
My top 5 book recommendations at The Poetry Question
“the bridge”: Experimental Review of “Manifest” by Terese Mason Pierre and “The Pink of the Seams” by Sanna Wani for Canthius
"Soft-edged / everything": A review of Nolan Natasha's I Can Hear You, Can You Hear Me? for Canthius
"I've Been Dying to Rest in this Body." A review of Mallory Tater's "This Will Be Good" for Canthius
"Can you imagine? Mythos and Reclamation in Angela Caravan and Amy LeBlanc:" for Canthius