I trust that the words will come.
I think it’s a great honor to be part of a new and thriving literary movement.
I write about the things that keep me up at night.
I think it’s better to focus on the process of making the poem, rather than the end result.
I’m less interested in the question of what defines poetry versus prose and more interested in why we have certain assumptions about what fiction is
Many of the stories in Claire did begin as images—though not necessarily the ones you’d think of
our need as writers to bring shape, structure, and meaning to lived experience through language, in ways that feel authentic and emotionally true.
It’s not just about getting published, you must find the right home.
Survivor’s Guilt is about recognizing that we are all accountable for our humanity and how we enact socially.
I wanted to offer a version of transformation, of disappearing, that didn’t equate those things with weakness, but with power.