I'm a poet and teacher in Prince George, BC. My first two books of poetry, "understories" and "This Isn't the Apocalypse We Hoped For" were published by Caitlin Press. My most recent book is called "Undiscovered Country", through Mother Tongue Publishing (Fall, 2018). I also have three chapbooks: "Deerness", "Four Neat Holes" and "The Picket Fence Diaries." My poems have been published in The Malahat Review, GRAIN, CV2, Event, subTerrain, and in various anthologies, including Rocksalt, 4 Poets, & The Best Canadian Poems, 2011.

Contact: magpie.ink@hotmail.com

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I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have about my work, or send out copies of my books to you. Please go to the Publisher Links page for more ordering info.



29/05/2014 18:29

Review of This Isn't the Apocalypse We Hoped For

Harold Rhenisch's review of my latest book online at Arc Poetry Magazine 
05/03/2014 21:12

Is This Beulah Land?

   Is This Beulah Land? is a new videopoem collaboration that will be premiered on the big screen this Sunday, Mar 9th, 2014, at Cinema CNC's    Film Festival (at the PG Playhouse), using a poem that will hopefully become a part of my third book. With thanks to Steph St Laurent, Jeremy Stewart, and Teresa DeReis
27/09/2013 07:35

The Sky Canoe is Going to Bristol, UK

The Sky Canoe has been accepted into the Liberated Words videopoem festival. It will be screened the same day, Oct 3rd, here in Prince George at the Two Rivers Gift Shop, when we unveil the Sky Canoe
13/08/2013 15:10

The Sky Canoe Went to Scotland!

The Sky Canoe videopoem was screened in Dunbar, Scotland this August as part of their Filmpoem festival. This is what Alastiar Cook, the organizer, had to say about it: "We screened The Sky Canoe in the main programme and it was viewed by a full house and very well received. Thank you for allowing us to screen your film. It’s exceptional!"

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