Here's a quote from it that feels a little like a summary of some of my past work:
"For nearly a decade I have been writing toward a poetics that helps me feel like I can control my life; by my life, mostly I mean my brain, which has always been a pretty chaotic place. The power of confessional poetry for me has been less about cleaning out my closet and more about organizing the yard sale. There are boxes that go straight to the dumpster. Here’s a thoughtful display of the junk of my life you will see. Look at it neatly arranged in couplets or a sonnet box. You may take it with you for $15 if you promise to leave the premises immediately. "
I am also very excited to have my poem, "The Rapists Seem Hurt by Being Called Their Names in Public" in he latest print issue of THE JOURNAL. There's some other gems in there (Fatimah Asghar, Emily O'Neill, Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib...). Definitely worth getting yourself a copy. They're all fancy and stuff.