“Corpse Flower” by Ruth Daniell this week’s Tuesday poem

I’ve got a new, never-before-seen poem (from my working manuscript) now up on the DUSIE blog as this week’s Tuesday poem. It’s called “Corpse Flower” and it’s about, among other things, life and death and parenthood and “Uncle Fester,” who bloomed last summer at Vancouver’s Bloedel Conservatory. Please feel free to have a read andContinue reading ““Corpse Flower” by Ruth Daniell this week’s Tuesday poem”

The art of writing with Ruth Daniell and talking about strawberries all the time

Oh, you know me, someone asks me about my writing and I respond by asking really easy questions like, “how do we love each other, and love each other well, in a world that’s damaged?” Thanks to Malcolm Curtis of talking about strawberries all the time for taking the time out of his strawberry timeContinue reading “The art of writing with Ruth Daniell and talking about strawberries all the time”

Two New Poems in Talking about Strawberries All the Time

I have two new poems up in the inaugural issue of Talking About Strawberries All the Time. Have a read, if you like! The poems, “Today I can’t be sad” and “August 27:” are from my current working manuscript (entitled Dear bird,). My thanks to editor Malcom Curtis for the publication. Keep watching for updates about myContinue reading “Two New Poems in Talking about Strawberries All the Time”