CHW Publication: Arahura

A new poem on Coffee House Writers makes reference to someplace I’m missing dearly right now: Aotearoa (New Zealand). The Arahura River is a living, breathing thing with a soul unto itself. It is also subject to some heartbreaking history of the colonial Gold Rush era. The Ngāi Tahu or Kāi Tahu iwi made aContinue reading “CHW Publication: Arahura”

New Poem on Coffee House Writers: “Stolen”

My new poem “Stolen” is live on Coffee House Writers. This one addresses how dementia interacts with emotional processing. I can’t think of a single person that cares about the past generations that hasn’t been impacted by dementia in some way. I don’t like writing too much about the meaning or inspiration behind my poems.Continue reading “New Poem on Coffee House Writers: “Stolen””

First Poem On Coffee House Writers

Today my poem The Death Of A Small Town Generation went live on Coffee House Writers. It sucked to write. The worst thing is that, as a Millennial, I know this experience is not unique. Even before COVID-19 hit, another epidemic had hit the United States. I’m going to try and instead think back toContinue reading “First Poem On Coffee House Writers”

Short Story: Cicadas

I’m happy to announce my short story ‘Cicadas‘ is live on Coffee House Writers! I’m excited to bring my readers back to one of my past homes as I pay homage to a city I love. Richmond is a beautiful city filled with rich history and the kind of muggy summer heat you don’t easilyContinue reading “Short Story: Cicadas”