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Driskill Mountain: Highpoint 2, Electric Boogaloo

What is more timeless than the romance between a woman and her checklist? (Or a woman and her excel spreadsheet, depending on the era). The sparkle of electric chemistry on the moment of creation, the unbearable tension of those first…

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Byzantium

A centurion crosses the hill of his fathers, years swallowed down like wine. Hair falls loose and curling over his temples, stained, pitted, from campaign. On the knoll, over a wind-swept town, he stops. Watches smoke rise from the valley.…

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Summit at Guadalupe Peak

I’ve always wanted to be a travel writer. Before I was a poet, before I broke into the industry that is now my day job, when it still seemed possible to earn one’s living writing—I wanted to go places and…

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Chapter 2 – The Opposite of an Echo

Author’s note: This piece is part of a collaboration with Ludwig Reina! You can read the first installment over at his website, plus check out some cool art that goes along with this story. Kate resented the entire concept of…

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Teachings of the Prophet Mariah

Blade in the hand. “No” on the tongue. Silence. It’s not the vengeance—though that too is sweet, an overripe peach dribble down the chin— not catharsis violet and cream nor anything else Clytemnestra taught us eat hearts in the marketplace,…

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Bloodbathhate Magazine, September 1

Pleased to be featured in the inaugural issue of bloodbathhate! “A love letter from Charybdis” (mine), appears about halfway down the page, so be sure to check out all the stellar work before and after. “The last supper at a…

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Black Moon Magazine, July 2022

Can’t stop, won’t stop. Latest work out is in Black Moon Magazine, a deep dark mag dedicated to the experimental and experiential. I can’t say it better than the editors, who write of their mission, “art should transcend the limitations…

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Shipwreck on the Aegean Sea

We ran aground while the watch stood, sailors sang cerulean dusk heavy, shore unseen. Mist ate up sand, sea wave-roar mute against plank, caulk painted gaze straining, sails empty as the night ahead. We met the rocks with a crack,…

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86 Logic, Issue 07

Aaaand we’re back, with a “a BAM and POW! that makes the pages turn at lightspeed”, according to the fine folks at 86 Logic. I’m super excited about this particular journal, and not just because, well, I got a thing…

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Gris-Gris, Winter/Spring 2022

Pleased and so honored to share that my recent work “The Hunt” appears in the Winter/Spring 2022 issue of Gris-Gris! This is such a powerful issue, with stirring contributions like “Famuli after Sappho” by Ann Huang, “IS HOW, THE SAILBOATS”…

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