WHO I AM
A New England native born and raised in Providence, RI, I have also lived in San Diego, CA, and Portland, OR, and visited all of the lower 48 states. Following a successful career managing community organizations focused on social service and social justice, in 2016, I joined Stony Brook University as a candidate for an MFA in creative writing. Since completing the degree, I have become a museum administrator and relocated to greater Boston.
A resource for fellow writers: how to submit and publish your work.
Motif Magazine: on my aesthetic, prose poetry, and building community in writing workshops.
Three poems on the pandemic were published in a special issue of GUESTHOUSE: Ante Meridiem, Cul-de-sac, and Night Owl.
Read How to Choose a Venetian Mask in Palaver.
Love Is Finished Again is featured in Breakwater Review.
Driving Across the Texas Panhandle, the Sky Blushed appears on The Broadkill Review.
Storm Cellar Quarterly awarded Possession Diary second place in its annual Force Majeure flash contest (see pg.4).
Broken City Magazine features Delirium with Lines from Rebecca
On Rappahannock Review, read Mornings Are Mostly Made of Habits
In Jet Fuel Review: city boy hears crickets as advancing army sirens
Pretty Owl Poetry features If What Physicists Now Admit
Two poems, Self-Talk in End Times and A few years ago, I got a ticket for being exposed... are part of Issue 19 of Monday Night.
While Your Husband Is Drinking in Dallas appears in Cider Press Review.
ARCHIVE OF POEMS ONLINE
"A WRITER IS SOMEONE WHO HAS TAUGHT HIS MIND TO MISBEHAVE."
"AN IDEA THAT IS NOT DANGEROUS IS UNWORTHY OF BEING CALLED AN IDEA AT ALL."
SEE AND HEAR ME READ
Watch me read at the virtual launch of The Southampton Review in May 2020 (4th reader).
For audio-only recordings of published poems not available to read online, visit my SoundCloud page.
Reading at One Kings Lane in December 2018: Self-Talk in End Times.
Reading at a National Poetry Month 2018 reading on video here. (I introduce the event, then read at 16:30 and 37:00.)
Watch me read This Poem Should Be Neither Seen Nor Heard at Poetry Street, a monthly community event, September 2017.
Reading at a National Poetry Month 2017 celebration at Stony Brook Southampton Library. You can see and hear us read here.