I’m on Patreon!

Hi there.

I’ve moved most of my writing and work over to my Patreon page, so I won’t be updating this blog as regularly. If you’re curious about what I’m up to or what I’m writing about, head on over there.

For anyone who doesn’t know, it can be extremely hard (i.e., most would say impossible) to make a life at poetry. But dammit, I’m gonna try. And for me, patronage feels like the best and more honest route over traditional publishing. And instead of bobbing and weaving and ducking through the nightmare that is submissions and contests, etc., I’ve decided I want to be independent and take my work directly to the people.

I’ll still post here occasionally, especially if I’ve posted something super cool, or if there’s simply something I’m doing I think you should know about. If Patreon turns out to be fairly successful, I might get enough money and time to post more on here, or when I figure out some of the widgets to streamline my posting on both sites, I’ll be back.

But for now, the best way to keep up with my work is to join me on Patreon. Or sign up for my newsletter below. Thank you!


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