I was the featured essayist for Women’s History Month in the Mid-America Arts Alliance’s “Voices of Our Region” series– my first nonfiction publication, outside articles I’ve written as a journalist.
“To be a woman is to be frustrated— and I’m no exception.”
Read the full essay here.
Very grateful to the editors at Hooligan Magazine, who published three poems from my novel-in-verse in February 2022. Check them out at the links below!
My Dream About the Family Dinner
about fishing and generational trauma
Co-Parenting with My Best Friend
about sea monkeys— and the subtle violence sometimes inherent in female friendships
about the evasiveness of time
I was thrilled to make it on the list with my nebulous teen comedian pitch.
For a full list of winners, visit Voyage YA’s site here.
Individual Artist Fellowship awards are unconditional, non-matching awards made directly to individual Arkansas artists. An independent panel annually selects nine artists in rotating categories to receive fellowships of $4,000 each. This year, artists from around the state submitted applications for the fellowships in three categories: cinematic arts, poetry and contemporary crafts. For more info, visit the Arkansas Arts Council website here.
I was thrilled to win this departmental honor for my poem “Inheritance.” Judged by Kayleb Rae Candrilli, a poet I admire immensely. “Inheritance” is forthcoming in Zone 3’s next issue!
Artists 360, a program of Mid-America Arts Alliance, is made possible through philanthropic support from Steuart Walton and Tom Walton through the Walton Family Foundation, a program providing grant funding and professional development opportunities to individual artists of all disciplines in the Arkansas counties of Benton, Carroll, Crawford, Sebastian, and Washington.
Artists 360 is made possible through philanthropic support from Steuart Walton and Tom Walton through the Walton Family Foundation.
Read my artist statement here.