I am a writer originally from Tkaronto/Toronto, Treaty 13 and Williams Treaty territory, now living in Calgary — treaty 7 land and home of the Blackfoot Confederacy. I am the author of a few books, including the fix-up novel What We See in the Smoke (Crowsnest Books), and the novella Visitation Seeds (845 Press). My next novel: The Years Shall Run Like Rabbits, is forthcoming with Wolsak and Wynn for 2024!
I am currently a prose editor at Wrong Publishing and a first reader at Filling Station Magazine. I have previously served as an editor on journals and magazines including The Spectatorial, The Hart House Review, The White Wall Review, and Terse Journal. My non-fiction has been published in such venues as Strange Horizons, The Ancillary Review of Books, and The Local TO. My poetry has appeared in Abyss and Apex, Deathcap Journal, and The Cypress Poetry Journal. My recent fiction can be found in Cold Signal Magazine, The Sprawl Mag, and Clarkesworld Magazine
I’ve completed an HBA from the University of Toronto, and an MA in English from The Toronto Metropolitan University. I have taught as a sessional instructor in Sheridan College’s Honours Bachelor of Creative Writing and Publishing program. I am currently a PhD student in English Literature at The University of Calgary, where I work on TIA House: The Insurgent Architects’ House for Creative Writing.
For more information on my work, and links to my short publications, please check out the CV section of my website, and for more information and links to my books, please check out the Books section, Review section, and the Store, where you can find many available links for purchase. My work has been supported Toronto Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts, and the Ontario Arts Council.