for girlhood

There's a tradition of boy measuring its proximity to man by the bodies of girls forced to become women too soon, indentured teachers of the sons they bore, the brothers they loved, vessels for their not always unintentional mistakes. There's a tradition of girl measuring its proximity to woman by the suns until the womb … Continue reading for girlhood

How To Say Something Meaningful

Last year, I did an interview with the lovely Kt for WYCE discussing my journey in poetry since I left Dartmouth 1 year and 10 days ago that day. (Can you tell I got my ivy league diploma and dipped? Yeah, that's what happened.) Me? Speak explicitly about the pieces I've written as though I identify … Continue reading How To Say Something Meaningful