Thanks for stopping by! To be honest, if we were meeting irl, now is when I’d like to ask you about you. But I’ve been told that this is actually the ‘about me’ page, so here goes:

This haiku was included for display in the Golden Triangle neighbourhood of DC.

I’m a writer and editor with work in print, online, and included in public art displays. I primarily write haiku and senryu, though when the muse suggests I write lyric poetry, I do (occasionally) listen. In 2019, I joined the editorial team at Pulp Literature. There I edit short fiction, write copy for the magazine and blog, and help with the not-so-literary-but-still-necessary work of publishing.

Confession: There are very few photos of me, and this one does go back a few years!

Born and raised on the West Coast, I live tucked up against a rainforest in British Columbia. I’ve been known to emerge from my writer’s cave when tempted with coffee, books, or the occasional drum lesson.

Here you’ll find bits and pieces of my work. And, for inspiration on your own writerly (or readerly) path, check out the Resources page.

We write to taste life twice:
in the moment and in retrospect.
~ Anaïs Nin