Monthly Archives: May 2016

Tragedy and Truth

I’ve been working in Northern Alberta for three years, and up until a few days ago I’d never seen a dog in camp before. The wildfire that raged through this part of the province drove 22,000 of the 80,000 evacuees … Continue reading

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Advice to a Poet

Recently, someone emailed me and asked if I would write some words of advice on my creative process, my self publishing, and how to become a better poet. Normally, the only thing I’m qualified to give advice on is, “things … Continue reading

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