Praise for CLOUDY DAYS, STILL NIGHTS:
I guess it only takes a pair sunglasses, bought at the gas station, to transform the desert interstate into a dreamscape. I guess it only takes being young and in love to transfigure the babble of our common moments into ballads and odes. Half Buddy Holly, half Billy Collins, Austin Davis's poems earnestly court sentiment with no fear of the sentimental. In our increasingly smug and diffident lives, what a balm it is to receive art so unafraid of letting the world know that they are in love.
Tim Taranto, author of ARS BOTANICA
Show Your Skin Magazine (March 30, 2018)
In Between Hangovers Poetry Magazine (March 2018)
That World Inside Our Window
American High School Poets “Of Love and Dedication 2018” (March 2018)
Your One Phone Call (May 18, 2018)
Willy Loman, 2018
Street Light Press (May 2018)
Ink in Thirds (July/August 2018)
Truly Unironic Nights
Tuck Magazine (June 2018)
Sitting in a Warm Chair
i'm scarcely alive (PFA #1775)
My book "Cloudy Days, Still Nights" is a collection of poetry that came from me growing up and realizing that the world isn't as simple as it once seemed. Read a sample poem from my upcoming collection by clicking the link below and don't forget to pre-order if you'd like to support this book!
My new book "Cloudy Days, Still Nights" is being published by Moran Press soon! Click the link below and leave a comment with your name to reserve a copy. No money needed upfront. Thank you so much!
In our world today, I’ve realized that there are poets everywhere. I’m not talking about the select few with a stack of their books sitting on a shelf in Barnes and Noble. I’m talking about the students writing at 2 am. The teachers, and the working class. The writers with a pulse you can feel between the pages. Those are the writers that are going to define this generation at its core.