Here’s an odd little story I submitted to a local literary magazine for their ‘Siblings’ issue. It didn’t make it through to selection, and so I share this tale of strangeness with you here.
I got Naeem a Canon 24mm f/2.8 pancake lens for our wedding anniversary. What’s his is ours, what’s ours is ours, isn’t this construct of a life-long partnership magical? The 24mm is pocket-friendly both in size and price. It’s sharp, wide enough to fit in all the details, and is also good […]
Featuring food, flora and fabulous people.
January 16th – January 31st.
Project 365 (+1 for the leap year): One photograph a day, every day for the rest of 2016. I committed to the challenge on an impulse. It is highly likely I will lose my momentum at some point, but for now I am appreciative that I am being forced to slow […]
I wanted 2016 to be the year I stop using the phrase, “Sorry, I’m running late.” But here it is. Decomposing deadlines and backlogs remain my bane, my breath is still too short to catch up with my legs. On an unrelated note, I’ve been waking up with a door creaking in […]
‘3 Places Old Poets Go To Die’. Ons Klyntji. August 2014. p.66
‘Arabic Lessons in Egypt’, Poetry Potion 2013.01 print quarterly number one
A version of this poem, titled ‘The Geary Street apartment’ appeared in Loop. Issue 2, May 2013. p.15