The following are links to my self published collections of poetry. Be advised, many of these have mature subject matter and may be considered shocking. Reviews are always welcome. Feel free to comment upon this site or discuss on the Amazon link.
An experiment with haiku and micropoetry mixed with photography. My aim was to explore the city as purgatory. It’s a brisk read and not to abstract.
This is the first in an ongoing series of poems that made my portfolio of submissions, but try as they might, they couldn’t quite find love anywhere. These poems are visceral and unsettling in an attempt to be controversial for editors. The tactic didn’t quite work, but I am still very proud of them.
A collection of my haiku contributions to #horrorhaikuesday and #folklorethursday. I also included some short fiction horror and photography to complete the eerie vibe. I hope to one day return to these short stories for a science fiction horror novel.
A new collection of poems with a few Science Fiction short stories. These are all based on a folio of OLD poems and writings that I had completely forgotten about. When I rediscovered them, I assumed they were going to be awful, but I really enjoyed the concepts and got more than a bit of new inspiration from them.
Poetry of depression, grief and the damage done to mental health after a nervous breakdown. This book was a grueling process to create and for the first time I experimented with much longer forms. This book is dedicated to everyone who ever asked “why can’t you just get over it?”