Writing Your Name on the Glass is a real thing that's out in the world!

I am so, so excited that my chapbook Writing Your Name on the Glass, officially released on April 23rd.

The release has been so well received, and I’m to grateful for all of the people who have already picked up the chapbook or ordered a copy — and, of course, for the amazing people at Bull City Press who made this possible.

Writing Your Name on the Glass has been on Amazon’s best sellers rankings for Gay & Lesbian Poetry since it debuted, which is mind-blowing to me. It’s humbling to see my name and my chapbook among so many writers and books I respect and love.

You can snag a copy of Writing Your Name on the Glass from Bull City Press, Amazon, or Small Press Distribution.

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Writing Your Name on the Glass reviewed by The Poetry Question

Chris Margolin over at The Poetry Question reveiwed Writing Your Name on the Glass. I especially appreciate how he described the chapbook as “bluntly-gentle,” and how he concludes “Writing Your Name on the Glass, at times, is very uncomfortable, but so is reality. “ It also features a video of me reading a poem from the chapbook!

Click here or on the image below to read the full (very brief) review.

Finalist for the Mississippi Review Prize

I’m so happy to say my poem “Do Not” was named a finalist for the 2019 Mississippi Review Prize! “Do Not” will be published in the Summer 2019 issue of Mississippi Review in June alongside the winner — Jehanne Dubrow — and all the other finalists. Congrats to all! Click the image below to link to the full list of winners and finalists.