Silently (poem)

It’s finally here!! I received the acceptance email for this poem 14 months ago. Yes, 14 months…over a year. And it’s just a little thing but I’ve always loved and been proud of this piece.

Thank you to Bete Noire Magazine for including me in this issue!

 

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Summer Pop-Punk Days | June Gloom + July Sunshine | Hungover Love (poems)

Proud to have three of my poems published in my friend Jen Roomes’ kickass zine crapnation!

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The Freelance Life & Being Published

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The freelance life is tough. I’m both a freelance makeup artist and writer now, I guess. Ever since I started submitting my writing 6 months ago, I’ve kept this notebook, aptly named “Published Shit”. Paid or not, I add my published writings to it as a sort of keepsake. I’ve accomplished something I never thought would happen.

A few days ago, I received an acceptance email for my 3rd paid publication. Being able to add it to this notebook – the 10th entry – is pretty fucking cool.

Issue 3.1 Launch: Reader Profiles

Ayyy I’m in this 🙂 ❤

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Don’t miss this amazing lineup of readers who will be taking over the second floor of the Monarch Tavern (12 Clinton Street) with us NEXT Wednesday, August 17th at 7 pm!

Trevor Abes(photographer)Trevor Abes is a poet and essayist with a penchant for conceptual art. As part of the Toronto Poetry Slam team (2015), he represented the city in both the Canadian Festival of Spoken Word and the National Poetry Slam. He is currently theatre critic at The Theatre Reader. Photo by Sandro Pehar Photography.

Victoria Butler (photographer)Victoria Butler is a twenty-year-old certified Mom friend, born and bred in Barrie, Ontario but trying to find her future in Toronto. When she’s not having an existential crisis over how to answer the question “What are your plans after university?” she can be found trying to find a unique way to photograph a sunset, attempting to write non-cliche love poetry, or crying on the…

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