What Remains of Light

(This poem first appeared in Jones Av. magazine, issue IX/3, OEL Press, 2004) February And I’m walking home. Layers of darkness And what remains of light Shade the sky. Weight of the sled, My small son slumping over into sleep Lighted rooms lining the street, Vacant-white and full of air Or gold-warm and close. Spaces…

Not Another Love Poem

In a surreal landscape, The sky leaps – scraping its backbone against our goodbye. Soft white striations mar the canvas, The evening is as red-as-burnt-flesh, Far and high, A deep amethyst.   The sand is not my only impediment, And when we rest, Our bodies deliberate driftwood, The white dog blurs, chasing his own momentum,…

South River Falls

Tell me we’ll be there, together, one day. Two kilometers of comfortable silence, the trail creased by crooked roots, a delicate melody of birdsong. A moment of completion; the bare earth meeting our passage. Rhythm of our footsteps becoming a heart beneath our feet. The light so green it is this living thing that enters…

Writer/Editor

Poetry, fiction, interviews, articles, research, ghost, copy/editorial, advertorial/brand storytelling…  I’m capable and aim to deliver content that exceeds expectations. My work has appeared in Pie Digest, (articles and proofreader for The Design Issue and The Culinary Issue), Pie Face Kids and Canadian Woman Studies, (one of Canada’s foremost feminist literary journals), the original Pie Magazine,  Freefall, Jones Av.,…