Telling What Matters,” Maine Magazine, July 2021
A new poetry anthology from The Telling Room elevates the voices of Maine youth.


Women of the River,” Maine Magazine, May/June 2021
The fierce females of Maine whitewater who are making the river a place for everyone.

Photo by Andy Gagne Photography

“Forests Inside Us,” Decor Maine, March 2021
Profile on local natural materials artist Jordan Kendall Parks, who uses art to connect people to land and to explore the hidden existences of the cultures who have come before her.

Photo by Lauryn Hottinger

“Just Don’t Fall,” Maine Magazine, January 2021
A thrilling climb up a frozen waterfall, and the deep wisdom of Rippleffect’s Toby Arnold

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Photo by Andy Gagne Photography

“First Light,” Decor Maine, November 2020
Essay on finding home in the wild waters of Maine

“The Sky Where You Are,” an opera libretto that sheds light on advocacy and domestic violence during quarantine. Premiered worldwide October 2020 as part of the Decameron Opera Coalition’s Tales From a Safe Distance. Added to the Library of Congress in 2021.

“Long Live the King,” Ultiworld, 2020
A tribute to the late, great Ryan West

“Just Do It,” Maine Magazine, March 2020
Profile on girls’ camp founder and A.T. through-hiker, Chloë Rowse

“Valley of the Bulls,” Appalachia Journal, Winter 2019/Spring 2020)
Winner of the 2019 Waterman Fund “Humor in the Wild” Essay Contest


“How to Sleep in an Airport,” Hippocampus Magazine, Issue 94,
May/June 2019
Nominated for a Pushcart Prize

“The Office of the Mayor of Miessi,” SLICE Magazine Issue 23: “Flight”
Fall 2018/Winter 2019

“Sing It Loud: A creative nonfiction writer looks to music for lessons on embracing vulnerability on the page,” Creative Nonfiction, Issue 68
Fall 2018 / Risk


“Still Life,” Stonecoast Review, Issue No. 9
July 2018


“Unseen Canyon,” Camas Magazine
Summer 2018 “Rivers” Issue


“Home of Air,” Surface First Tilts West
Nonfiction poetry collection featured in an interactive outdoor art installation on Little Chebeague Island in Casco Bay, Maine, in collaboration with visual artist Jordan Kendall Parks.


Not an Apology (Pine Pitch Press)
Editor, Martin Luther King, Jr. Fellows Anthology


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