My poetry has appeared in The Threepenny Review, Seneca Review, Yale Review, Poetry Northwest, Mud Season Review, Pontoon Poetry, Tahoma Literary Review, Poetry Daily, and Boxcar Poetry Review. I’ve received the Glascock Poetry Prize and a Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg poetry prize.
My first novel, which I worked on as a Made at Hugo fellow at Richard Hugo House in Seattle, was recently longlisted (as a manuscript) for the Caledonia Novel Award. I received support for work on the novel from the Elizabeth George Foundation, Artist Trust, Willapa Bay AiR, Marble House Project and the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology.
I’ve also collaborated with composer Christina Whitten Thomas on a project premiered by Seattle choir The Esoterics. My translations of the wonderful Mexican poet Gabriel Zaid have recently been featured in The Selected Poetry of Gabriel Zaid (Paul Dry Books), as well as in Poetry International and Spolia.
For musings and updates on my writing life, check out my super-intermittent blog, The Mixed Layer.