“I Know What It’s Like” is Available on Medium

I just published a poem about trauma on Medium, called “I Know What It’s Like-A Poem about Trauma”.

Excerpt is here (so you’ll seriously consider checking it out):

I know what it’s like to live in the dark,

to breathe it in,

to feel myself dying in it,

to try and exist far beyond it…. (read more here!)

Featured on Persephone’s Daughters – Sunday Stories, Spring 2017

Hello again, all!

I just wanted to let all of you know yet another exciting announcement: I have been featured in the Sunday Stories-Spring 2017 section of Persephone’s Daughters. The piece that has been featured is a non-fictional piece of mine called “My War Zone”.

However, I must give a TRIGGER WARNING for graphic language regarding past physical and sexual abuse. If this is too strong for you, please know that you are in no way required to read it, and I want to make that very clear. On the other hand, if you would like to read my piece and hear me speak up about some of the matters I and others have suffered through, you are welcome to browse through here and read my own story here.

Thank you all so much for your support, and I wish you all a wonderful week!

Moledro Magazine Issue 5 Release!

I am pleased to inform you that Moledro Magazine, Issue 5 has been released! My two poems, “Pandora’s Box” and “A Flashback” can be found within the magazine. These poems are about my own experience living with the memories of a series of traumatic events and being forced to relive them (PTSD). Although it is a difficult topic to approach altogether, I took care to make sure that no event was explicitly mentioned in either of these poems.

Click here to read my poems. To find a listing of all the issues of Moledro Magazine, click here. All contributor bios, including my own, can be found here.

I hope you all enjoy the magazine! Feel free to comment here, or via the contact form, what you think of my poems: whether you liked them or not, if you can think of any way for me to improve on my future poems, etc. Feedback is welcome and appreciated!

Have a wonderful day, folks!