Journals, Magazines, and Websites
THE AFTERLIFE OF DISCARDED OBJECTS
A digital collective storytelling project that depends on public participation through sharing memories about playing with, collecting, preserving, or making art from what we might broadly label as trash, waste, or unwanted items.
June 2017 - She Always Had A Good Eye
A sex-positive magazine which features essays, poetry, photography, art, and stories for every body and every preference. My story follows an artist and his apprentice who find enjoyment and inspiration in each other.
Issue Six - Ephemeral
BLACK DANDY MAGAZINE
A New Zealand journal filled with challenging, exciting, and amazing new work from our tiny island and the world. My story features a young person with an extraordinary super power: they can 'name' people, gifting them powers of their own reflected by the meaning of their name.
Issue Three - Named
CRAB FAT MAGAZINE
A brilliant magazine showcasing poetry, prose, and art of uniquely talented individuals. Issues are released monthly, absolutely free, on their website. Well worth a look, I am incredibly proud to be featured.
October 2016 - Lucky
A site set on showing the world through the eyes of us hobos - those who travel with little, and seek to see much. I was lucky enough to be an intern for them in Bali from June to July in 2018, and this is what inspired my piece!
Where Air Is Water
Polychrome Ink is perhaps one of my most loved publishers, and I hold their issues dear to my heart. Every single one is well thought out, beautifully printed, and gives an opportunity for many writers who would otherwise perhaps not find their work in print, to publish.
Stories of mine that you can find in the issues are:
Another incredible publication showcasing voices of LGBTQ persons. They are a new publication, and I am incredibly proud to be part of their inaugural issue. Here's to many more!
Issue 1 - White Noise
A journal for the tramps and the lost. Fiction, non-fiction, and poetry from all over the internet, from every corner of the world.
The Baobab - April 26th Issue
A collection of personal essays from trans-identifying individuals, showcasing the power technology had on them, their transition, their friends, and family, and support networks.
An Autobiography of Translation