Month in Review. 

Our contributor Katie Lewington is out there slaying. Read her, then take a page out of her book and–get out there yourself.


Published this month

Packingtown Review published my poem Scrapin Volume 8

Foxglove Journalpublished my poemsPicture this, the Blank Page, andExam Conditions.

Spillwords.comHuman Shield Flash FictionRide

Inbetween Hangovers, a poem calledCensor

Published this time last year

Poem 5 Inch Cock on thePinklitterblog

Published this time the year before last

An untitled poem in the Spring 2015 issue ofAfter the Pausemagazine.

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Chicago WRITERS RESIST on January 15


We are proud to be one of this event’s co-sponsors:


On January 15th, 2017, joining over 50 cities worldwide, Chicago “Writers Resist” Threats to Free Expression and Democracy with eight City of Neighborhoods events.

Over 75 Chicago authors will join writers across the United States and worldwide, coming together for Chicago #WRITERS RESIST, a “re-inauguration” of compassion, equality, free speech, and the fundamental ideals of democracy.

When asked why he is working to organize Chicago #WRITERS RESIST, Chicago poet and event director Ruben Quesada said: “Our local communities are where we will see people suffer under the environment of bigotry that has taken hold of the country and also where we can contribute most to helping people. #WRITERS RESIST is a call for resistance to everyone and anyone who will listen. These events are meant to inform and empower individuals in their respective communities, to let them know what is happening locally and on the state-level and a space to connect with others around you who will stand by you and for you.”

The Loop reading starts out the day from noon to 3:00PM at Open Books, in the West Loop, 651 W. Lake St. The still-growing list of authors reading for the central event in the Loop includes: Audrey Niffenegger, Audrey Petty, Barrie Jean Borich, Brian Kornell, Daniel Borzutsky, Janet Burroway, Juan Martinez, Kelli Ellis, Mark Turcotte, Peggy Shinner, Quraysh Ali Lansana, Rachel Galvin, Rebecca Hazelton, Roger Reeves, Ruben Quesada, T. Clutch Fleischmann, Toni Nealie and Tyehimba Jess. This event will also feature speakers from the ACLU, Planned Parenthood and other local agencies.

Check this link for updates and more information.

In solidarity,