Find my complete list of publications in my CV, underneath 'About'.


The Forest

Release: April 28, 2021
Publisher: Riza Press

My debut poetry collection is the first part of an exploratory journey through the collective experience of literature and art. Assimilated with a fate-driven poetic method using handwritten phrases on paper slips, The Forest is a three-act journey that invites the reader into itself as it explores what it means to be human and how we live and exist. The collection is the inspirational basis of an immersive visual and literary art installation of the same name currently being developed with Houston-based artist Mari Omori.

Purchase: Amazon (paperback); Amazon (eBook); Barnes and Noble (eBook)

Pages Penned in Pandemic: A Collective

Release: January 18, 2021
Publisher: Kayla King Books
Published: "Eat" and "The Sad End of a Rainbow" (poetry)

Pages Penned in Pandemic: A Collective, an anthology from editors Kayla King and Justin Maher, is a culmination of the works writers have created amidst the spectrum of emotions created by the global COVID-19 pandemic.  
Contributors include Anthony Leiner, Ash Slade, Corey Miller, Daphne Daugherty, John Lambremont, Sr., Kevin Lankes, Louis Faber, Olaitan Humble, Pam R. Johnson Davis, and Shannon Frost Greenstein and more.

Purchase: Kayla King Books

Soon, A New Day: From Tribulation to Celebration

Release: January 17, 2021
Publisher: Quillkeepers Press
Published: "Mordecai" (short story)

Quillkeepers Press anthology Soon, A New Day celebrates new beginnings and rebirth, with short stories and poetry from 35 writers from all over the world. Contributors include Nicole Haswell, Chris Klein, R.H. Alexander, Fara Tucker, Richard Merli, Zachary Dilks, Meresa Harley, Asher Phoenix, and more.

Purchase: Amazon

Pluviophile: Digital Mental Health Anthology

Release: October 17, 2020
Publisher: Dark Poets Club
Published: "'The Making of Me" (poetry)

Edited by poet Christopher Sedgwick, Pluviophile is a poetic collective curated to raise awareness for mental health issues and contribute to correlated charities. Featuring over 100 poets, contributors to the volume include Katherine Bradford, Rhiannon Ward, Sian Marie, Ruth Cowell, Tracey Afia Agyeiwaa-Piasare, Shannon Sharpe, Natasha Huynh, Arun Jeetoo, Caitriona Comerford, Alice Richmond, Shari Dunlop, Avyn Gray, and more.

Purchase: Books2Read

Capsule Stories: Isolation Edition

Release: April 22, 2020
Publisher: Capsule Stories
Published: "'A Letter to a Stranger" (prose)

Capsule Stories: Isolation Edition features poetry, stories, and essays highlighting the feelings and tales during the Coronavirus pandemic to provide the reader with the knowledge that we are not alone during this uncertain time. Contributors include Iona Murphy, Isabella J. Mansfield, Kendra Nuttall, Daniel Edward Moore, Steve Denehan, Jane Ellen Glasser, Amy Shimson-Santo, Mary DeCarlo, Diana Clark, and more.

Purchase: Capsule Stories


Open Minds Quarterly (Spring 2021)

Release: May 3, 2021
Work from Anxiety in Isolation

The Spring 2021 issue of Open Minds Quarterly, a literary publication from the Northern Initiative for Social Action, includes work from contributors such as Martina Kontos, Amanda Lederle, Michelle Loubert, Julia McConnell, Emily Rankin, Richard Yves-Sitoski, and more.

Purchase: Open Minds Quarterly

Honeyfire Literary Magazine (Issue 3: Plastic Minds)

Release: January 18, 2021
Work from Anxiety in Isolation

The Plastic Minds issue of Honeyfire Literary Magazine is an exploration of mental illness and mental health in all of its forms. The issue was a fundraiser for UK-based mental health charity, Mind. Contributors include Lauren Poole, Spencer Tracy, Gina Bowen, Jillian Richardson, Kristiana Reed, Gaspar Borges, Vanshika Randev, James Kingdom, Akissi Nzambi, Cait Thomson, J.M. Chadwick, Amanda Baker, and more.