Two poems

I'm excited to have two poems in the Summer 2019 issue of Mezzo Cammin! I wrote "Twice-Told Tale" after a conversation with my mother, which (she claimed) was actually the second time we had talked about this particular topic. The addressee in "Scholar Ship" is also a real person and a good friend, despite some differences …

A poem in The G&LR!

I am beyond excited to have a poem appearing in The Gay & Lesbian Review this month! I can't link to the poem itself, but you can subscribe and/or purchase a copy at your local LGBT+ bookstore. TL;DR—I imagine a same-gender liaison between Apple's Siri and Amazon's Alexa. Computer code may be binary, but these virtual …

~Mice & Gravy~

I was listening to Pat Humphries and my cat was hungry. Lately she has been boycotting kibble and demanding wet food ...

Good news & bad news …

At my publisher's suggestion, I'm giving in and registering for an Amazon Author Page. Headmistress Press is an independent publisher of lesbian*-identified poetry (note: this includes poetry by bi+ women, trans women, non-binary people, and Two-Spirit people) and hopefully my Author Page will make it easier for people to find and order my book and …

Medieval Women Poets in Translation

I've compiled this woefully incomplete list of medieval women's poetry in translation partly as self-promotion and partly in order to share resources. Additions are welcome. Happy #WITMonth, everyone! Classical Arabic, 4000 BCE – 1492 CE Abdullah al-Udhari, tr. & ed. Classical Poems by Arab Women. Saqui Books, 1999. Hebrew, 10th – mid-15th centuries Shirley Kaufman, …