Writing voraciously from the time I could make a mark on paper (or anywhere else), my first published poem appeared in an anthology when I was 10 years old.
Now, I push the boundaries of what the form will allow and where it can go.
While using various artistic mediums to introduce my work to a larger audience, you’re just as likely to find my poetry on a video or canvas as you are to find it in a book or magazine.·
You can find my poetry here:
Poetic Rocket Scientist
Other Tongues: Mixed-Race Women Speak Out
Edited by Adebe De Rango-Adem and Andrea Thompson. Inanna Publications.
Casting Call: Looking for White Girls and Latinas
ditch, poetry that matters
Click here to check out my page of poems.
Bathtub of Pomegranate Seeds
Bring Apples to the Table
More Skin Than Gender
Names in the Phone Book
The Incongruous Quarterly
Guest editor: Karen Correia Da Silva
Poetry theme: “collage”
You can also check out an overview of the issue here, which includes guest fiction editor Saleema Nawaz and a music section with “unpublishable” tracks from awesome acts like Holy Fuck!
Feminism FOR REAL: Deconstructing the Academic Industrial Complex of Feminism
Edited by Jessica Yee.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
After the Third Wave (click here to read)
Challenging Your Textbook-isms
#57 on Ms. Magazine’s
“Top 100 Feminist Non-Fiction Countdown“
The Shakespearean Rag
Check out my response to Steven W. Beattie’s question, “Why should people read poetry? (Or, to turn the question on its head: Why do you write poetry?)”
Including my poem:
Stages of this Land
issue three – Spring, 2012
Gideon (and I) Undressed
Standing In Impossible Places