I have a new poem up at Cagibi! It’s called “I’ve never written fiction set in a psych ward.” I know I’ve talked about taking a break from mental illness as a topic, and I have been working on some new stuff that explores other themes, but I wrote this poem awhile back and frankly, … More New Poem: “I’ve never written fiction set in a psych ward”
Here are a couple of poems I’ve written recently, which have been rejected by several publications. It’s entirely possible that they’re just not very good, but I still feel a kind of affection for them, the way you would love your kids even if they were funny-looking. Poetry is not usually my main thing, but … More Rejected Files: A Couple of Poems
Yes Ma’am is a cool feminist zine that publishes all kinds of writing and artwork. Awhile back they announced that they were soliciting submissions about the theme of bodies and our relationships with them. I had a poem lying around titled “What does it mean to love a body?” so I submitted it, and it … More New Poem about Bodies and Such
It took months, for some reason, but I finally made it to the copy shop and re-printed two of my zines: “Loudly Dancing” and “Robbie Queers It Up.” My Etsy shop is now carrying these titles once again! Links Loudly Dancing (a collection of autobiographical mico-essays about avoidant personality disorder and adventures in mental healthcare) Robbie … More Zine Shop Restocked!
…you can read some of mine in the new issue of Sixfold! They were kind enough to run three poems of mine – “So Loved the World,” “Seances,” and “Grocery stores make me feel mentally ill.” You can see all three by clicking here. This was my first time submitting to Sixfold, and I loved … More If you like poems…