Hello! I’m a poet and producer in Seattle, Wa with an affinity for alliteration.

By day, I’m a content strategist and producer for companies big and small. Whether the position is in content strategy, content development, or writing and editing, if you have a project that sounds like a good fit, please get in touch.

In my free time, I write fiction and poetry, and make books and zines. I’ve been known to wax about music and books. Last year, I founded an analog-first micropress for poetry and songbooks featuring local (some of whom are now global!) writers and musicians.

An alumna of the Hugo House, my creative writing has been seen in The Gravity of the Thing, The Cryptonaturalist, Bust Magazine, Tor.com, and various anthologies.

Projects I have participated in or created have been featured in Fragrantica, Now Smell This, Buzzfeed, Seattle Metropolitan, The Stranger, and elsewhere. Recently, I finished my first longform horror novel. I have been quietly producing literary, creative, and arts events in Seattle since 2007.

Recent Zines

Maybe I’m Ready to Talk About What Happened

A cult favorite in therapists’ offices, Maybe is a zine of poetry and fragments written during the pandemic, bookended by a pair of personal tragedies. Not as sad as it sounds.