+ The Georgetown Steamplant Graphic Novel (Seattle Arts and Culture)
with David Lasky, forthcoming 2021
+ Tiny (featherproof books), forthcoming October 20, 2020
+ TENDERNESS (Meekling Press)
poems & Jonathan Richman poetics
part of the Chill Horizons Series
+ See You In the Morning (featherproof books)
a novel, edited by Tim Kinsella & designed by Zach Dodson
Book Notes, a playlist
Interview with Toby Carroll at Vol. 1 Brooklyn
Interview with Adrienne Celt at Bookslut
Short film by Danielle Campbell, with gemstones
“This is not the mode of the stereotypical teenage diary, though; this is the mode of someone hoping that by taking in everything, everything will be revealed.” - Sara Veglahn
“A narrator so real you can feel their breath on the back of your neck as you read.” - Sarah McCarry
“This is a book that unfolds a fraught intimacy like a ‘pink ribbon’ then lays it on the grass for us to read, and maybe the writing is wavy because of it. And more real.” - Bhanu Kapil
“More to come when I am less mad at this book.” - Goodreads
"It’s important to notice the difference between something that’s scary because it’s a monster, and something that’s scary because no one else is looking at it with you. You’re not alone, I tell my students." Strange Times
"It is your responsibility to educate yourself on the system and your specific community, if not purely because it will make you a better teacher." Teaching In Jail
"This isn’t that radical of an idea—we are all multiple selves, and we dream of being multiple selves—but Tracy + the Plastics made it happen concretely, in one room." HOW WE WANT IT
"Eve starts like a god, in control." Slow Days, Fast Company by Eve Babitz
"Judee wanted to be famous, and she talked about being famous in a way that would have been fine if she was a man." On Judee Sill, at Denver Orbit
"I never fantasized about my wedding day. Like Mike, I just wanted a job that made me happy and gave me a home." Holing Up: On Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel
"The body’s position is just as important as its shape—eardrums, fat, bones all affect how we hear but so does their juxtaposition. Their unit. In this way, learning to listen from someone else is like learning to dance." Pauline Oliveros + Wilma Deering
"Stamps can terrorize because while their materiality exists in time, like that of paintings, it also compacts it. It finalizes as it presses. As it smears." Vincent Sardon's The Stampographer
"Black roses look blacker in cool weather."
prose at What Are Birds
"The book is not written for you / You don’t have to be friends with anyone in it"
poems at Dreginald
"Part of our brains think everything lasts forever, always"
poems at Dream Pop
"today I read / for hundreds / of years"
poems at Pulpmouth
EDITING: Quarantine Times, Maggot Brain, Public Media Institute, Proximity Magazine, Yeti Magazine, The Journal of Ordinary Thought, AREA Chicago, Venus Zine; private clients; and book-length projects for Green Lantern Press and featherproof books. COPYEDITING: Studio Gang, Marz Community Brewing, Semiotext(e), Emergency Press, and Nightboat. WHITE PAPERS, ONESHEETS, BAND BIOS, ORIGINAL COPY.
INTERVIEWS transcribed & published, or in front of live audiences | Documenting Your Scene Is Important | Jessa Crispin, Stephanie Acosta, The Black Panthers and Young Lords Oral History Project, Sarah McCarry, Patti Smith, Mattilda Bernstein-Sycamore, Caroline Picard, Lynda Barry, Dan Savage, Beth Ditto, John Darnielle, Lydia Lunch, and more.
How Will We Remember this Moment? by Frances Cathryn
Dinnnerview with Danielle Susi
Eye 94 Interview with Jamie Trecker, Jeremy Kitchen, and Mike Sack on Lumpen Radio
"This city' s lit scene moves on Mairead's blood and sweat." - NewCity Lit50