Books:  

Slow War. McGill-Queen's. Fall, 2017. 

 

Non-fiction

On Violence and Memory." Event Magazine. Summer, 2018. 

"Buried at Centre Ice." Maisonneuve Magazine. Summer, 2017. 

"What Has Been and What is Yet to Come." Canadian Literature. Summer, 2017. 

In the Waiting Room of Estranged Spouses.” The New York Times. March, 2016.

“The Burn.” Prairie Fire. Summer, 2016

 

 

Poetry

"When You Were Young You Ate KFC." Prairie Fire Magazine. Spring, 2018. 

"What I Wanted When I Returned." Eighteen Bridges. Spring, 2018. 

"The Neighbour's Fence." Frontier Poetry, Spring 2018. 

"Drunk-Driving." Prairie Schooner. Fall 2017. 

"The Bedbug." Southword Journal. Summer, 2017. 

"Halloween Evening." Event Magazine. Fall 2017. 

"Tuesday Morning, East Hastings." Event Magazine. Fall 2017. 

"Alternate." The Nottingham Review. March, 2017.

"Benediction." The Nottingham Review. March, 2017. 

"Poem for the Potatoes Someone left Behind." The Maine Review.  2017. 

"Easter Sunday, Wabamun to Edmonton." The Maine Review. 2017. 

"Emergent." The Sugar House Review.  Spring/Summer 2017. 

"After Afghanistan." The Sugar House Review. Spring/Summer, 2017. 

"Inglewood Courts." Pulp Literature. Spring, 2017. 

"Road Race, Christmas Day." Contemporary Verse 2. Spring, 2017. 

"Winter Buck." Contemporary Verse 2. Spring, 2017.

"Esther Greenwood as your Mother With Clay in Her Hair." Contemporary Verse 2. Spring, 2017.  

"rock-Picking." Alberta Views. Spring, 2017. 

"The Liturgical Leap Into Monday. Ruminate. Spring 2017. 

"Sunday Mornings." QWERTY. No. 35. Winter, 2016. 

“take five, donuts.”  Edmonton Poetry Festival: The Poetry Route. October, 2016. 

“Genesis.” London Journal of Fiction. September 2016. 

“Stigmata.” War, Literature & the Arts. Forthcoming, 2016. 

“Evening at a burn-out school with the Tenth Mountain Division.” Freefall Magazine. September 2016.

“Fruit on a Wooden Table.” Freefall Magazine. September 2016.

“Stories You Tell When You Wish to Love Again.” The Quilliad. 2016.

“A Compendium of Hands.” The Quilliad. 2016

“Apple-picking, After Afghanistan.” The Quilliad. 2016

“Tinnitus, or the drive-thru window when you return.” Matrix Magazine. Fall 2016.

“Home Again.” Matrix Magazine. Fall 2016.

“View from a Slide You Once Slept Under.” The Literary Review of Canada. 2016. 

“food habits of coyotes, as determined by examination of stomach contents.” The Glass Buffalo2015.

 

Fiction

“When Kings Go Off to War.” Pleiades Magazine. Summer, 2016.

 

Presentations/Interviews/Media:

The Modern Love Podcast: Lance Reddick of ‘The Wire’ Reads ‘In the Waiting Room of Estranged Spouses.

"Home and Whole, So to Speak: Homecoming in Contemporary War Writing." ACCUTE Conference, 2017. 

“Words Unzipped.” Spoken Word collaboration with Celine Chuang, Maxine Courtereille-Paul and Ainsley Hillyard. HerArts Skirtsafire Festival. Edmonton, 2016.

“Local Books 1 at CBC Centre Stage." Edmonton Poetry Festival. April 2016.

"Moving with Light: Screen Becomes Poetry.” Edmonton Poetry Festival. April 2016.

"In voice work, actors of colour can escape typecasting." Stacia L. Brown. Washington Post. 

 

Awards:

Stephan G. Stephansson Award for Poetry, Alberta Book Awards 2018. 

Finalist, Raymond Souster Award for Poetry, 2018. 

Finalist, Janet B. McCabe Poetry Prize, 2018. 

Finalist, CBC Short Story Prize, 2017. 

Finalist, Governor General Literary Award for Poetry, 2017. 

Finalist, "The Neighbour's House." Frontier Poetry Award for New Poets, 2017. 

Pushcart Nomination, "Home from the War." The Sun Magazine, 2017. 

Pushcart Nomination, "Stigmata." War, Literature, and the Arts, 2017. 

Gold Medal, National Magazine Award for Personal Journalism, 2o17.

Celia Baker Veteran Poetry Scholar, 2017. 

CGS Doctoral Scholarship, 2016. 

Longlisted, CBC Canada Writes Short Story Prize, 2015.

First place, Prairiefire Non-fiction contest. 2015.

First Place, Writer's Guild of Alberta/Glass Buffalo Poetry Prize, 2015.

Poetry Nomination, Alberta Magazine Awards, 2015.

Joseph Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship, MA.