cool wind… her first backpack on the hook Modern Haiku 51.1
Fresh Out: An Arts and Poetry Collective
Surprised and delighted to have received an Honorable Mention for the United States in the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival Haiku Invitational 2019 together at last cherry blossoms
an owl only my children can hear morning rush Haiku Society of America’s Members’ Anthology 2019: A Moment’s Longing
It’s finally here! My first chapbook, Leftover Ribbon, is now available for purchase. These poems tell my story of becoming and being a mother with the moments of beauty and sorrow it has brought, from birth trauma to bipolar disorder to potty training and sex after kids. It took a year and half forContinue reading “Leftover Ribbon Now Available”
Writing haiku began for me as a way to find an identity outside of motherhood as I felt lost and nameless. It has turned into a passion of mine and I am honored to be considered one of the emerging voices in English-language haiku in the anthology, New Resonance 11. Every two years a groupContinue reading “New Resonance 11”
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semester abroad the foothills unravel before me Delighted to appear with commentary this week! A Sense of Place: Mountains – Sight