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  • Calgary based reviewer for Hamilton Arts & Letters’ Cross Canada Review Project.
  • Interviewed by Shazi Hafiz Ramji for Invisible Publishing’s Invisiblog (forthcoming)
  • Interviewed by Train: a poetry journal (forthcoming)
  • Review of Ladybird, Ladybird by Conyer Clayton (forthcoming in Canthius)


  • Ladybird, Ladybird Anstruther Press (chapbook, 2018)
  • Collective Nouns for Birds, published through Loft on 8th Press, 2017 (chapbook, 2017)
  • “Occult” and “Luster,” The Blasted Tree (leaflet, 2017)


  • “Patchwork” Grain, forthcoming
  • “Recipes in a dead language” Poetry Pause, presented by the League of Canadian poets, forthcoming (sign up for poetry in your inbox everyday here).
  • “The girl who turns to bone” The Literary Review of Canada
  • “I know something you don’t know” PRISM International
  • “When a bird crouched on Anne Boleyn’s neck,” GUEST (edited by Adams D. W.) (forthcoming)
  • “Sirens” Blank Spaces (forthcoming)
  • “specimens found in a homemade biorepository near nose hill” Chaudiere Books, National Poetry Month
  • “Of Werewolves and Men: On Lycanthropy and the #MeToo Movement” Honey & Lime
  • “Animal Mesmerism” and “Conduits” Train: a poetry journal
  • “The fox changes his fur” Paperplates
  • “Recipes in a dead language” and “Flannery” Contemporary Verse 2 (forthcoming)
  • “Rosa Alchymist” Literary Orphans (forthcoming)
  • “We don’t know what happened to the hikers” Door is A Jar (forthcoming)


Painting: Foxgloves by Nikolai Astrup



*Photos from the “Catalogue of the Lepidoptera Phalænæ in the British museum” (1898)