Once I inhabited my body like a Trojan horse...
Somewhere in your ancestral villa lives a woman who slices persimmons like she was born to handle knives and babies
Inspired by Massimo Bottura's famous dessert
Birthday musings, witchy images.
Poems and reflections from my summer in Italy & Greece
1 year anniversary of my Featured Poet pieces on seduction, loss, women, and Castro's Cuba.
"my language like the knife that slices the oyster, savoring the gore as much— if not more— than the delicacy of meat"
Written in thanks for a year of shipwrecks + wonders
Tapping me like a keg marked "Woman"
Latin lovers and childhood remnants
We are such stuff as dreams are made on---are dreams, therefore, the stuff of us?
A decade ago, a different Greece.
One about a brother who died before I was born, but had he lived I’d not be here; the other about the mysteries of suburban women.
"Heirloom," in memory of my grandmother
I carved out my flesh with breast-cupped shells, pressed until the blood mixed with the spit, till I perspired pearls and rose like Venus through all your girls, the trapdoor in...
"Erlking" is a modern-day interpretation of the darkly seductive Erlkönig, featured throughout folklore and most famously in Goethe's poem and Schubert's musical interpretation....
A short visual narrative inspired by ancestral nostalgia, lucid dreaming, and the ache within each of us to rewrite our histories as the stuff of romantic epics, rather than...
"Annabel" is a short film curated in the style of archival footage, set to Erik Satie's Gnossiene No.1 and narrated through an original poem. It tells the macabre little tale of...