A Place More Hospitable
A Place More Hospitable (Anstruther Press, 2019) is my first chapbook, where I am interested in illness and the body, particularly teeth and the stomach, as they rub against the domestic.
Ten Canadian Writers in Context
Ten Canadian Writers in Context (UAP 2016), co-edited by Marie Carrière, Curtis Gillespie, and Jason Purcell, is an anthology of creative writing by ten Canadian writers who have visited the Canadian Literature Centre, each accompanied by a short critical essay.
Awarded a Silver Independent Publisher Award in 2017
“Editing as Cultural Practice in Canada, edited by Dean Irvine and Smaro Kamboureli.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada,
Vol. 55, No. 1 (2017).
“The Heavy Blanks: The Journals of Elizabeth Smart.” Open Letters Monthly, August 2013.
“Canisia Lubrin.” Glass Buffalo, Winter 2019.
“Kris Knight, The Embrace, 2017. Oil on prepared cotton paper, 14 x 11 inches.” The Malahat Review, issue 205, Winter 2019.
“The Spore Collector.” The Malahat Review, issue 205, Winter 2019.
“Simon and Vallier in the Tub.” Contemporary Verse 2 41.2, Winter 2018.
“Men in the Gut.” PRISM International 51.7, Fall 2018.
“Talking to You.” #YegWords Coffee Sleeve Project, Summer 2018.
“Witch Faggot.” Poetry is Dead 17: Coven, Spring/Summer 2018.
“Virgo Season.” Poetry is Dead 17: Coven, Spring/Summer 2018.
“I Go Over It Again.” Glass Buffalo, Winter 2018.
“Getting Inside the Bag: Building a Digital Research Archive,” with Dylan Bateman and Jennifer Quist. Digital Narratives Around the World.
University of Alberta, Edmonton. May 18, 2017.
“‘We Consign Her to the Dark’: Being the Digital Witness in Michael Helm’s Cities of Refuge.” Canadian Literature Centre: Maladies of the
Soul, Emotion, Affect / Maladies d’lâme, émotion, affect. Banff Centre, Banff. September 22-25, 2016.
“Safely Different: Canada Reads and the Middlebrow Reading of Michael Ondaatje’s In the Skin of a Lion.” Reading Identity: In Context
Undergraduate Conference. MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta. February 7, 2015
“The Second Self: Interpretations of Homosexuality in the Epic Hero.” Reading Identity: Inside/Out Undergraduate Conference. MacEwan
University, Edmonton, Alberta. February 2, 2013.