The Malahat Review’s Open Season Award for, “This Job Ends in Six Months,” 2014.

CBC’s Canada Writes (longlist) for, “Dawson City, YT,” 2015.

Contemporary Verse 2’s 2-Day Poem Contest (third place) for, “Mercurial,” 2017.

EVENT Magazine’s Let Down Your Hair Contest (shortlist) for, “Pity,” 2018.

Gerald Lampert Memorial Award (nominee), for, “Ritual Lights,” 2019.

Dayne Ogilvie Prize for LGBTQ Emerging Writers (finalist), for, “Ritual Lights,” 2019.     


Ritual Lights, poems, icehouse press, 2018.


The Malahat Review, 2014, “A Girl Like This Might Have Loved Glenn Gould.”

ARC Poetry Magazine, 2015, “This Job Ends in Six Months.”

The Dalhousie Review, 2015, “I Tell My Mother What Happened.”

Plentitude Magazine, 2015, “All Summer Growing.” (online)

The Puritan, 2015, “Eighteen Anamneses.” (online)

The Malahat Review, 2016, “The Women Hikers of Halfmoon Bay.”

The New Quarterly, 2016, “Clearwater.”

The Fiddlehead, 2016, “Galiano 1.”

QWERTY, 2016, “Dec. 2” and “Mar. 18.” (online)

EVENT Magazine, 2017, “Pat & Vana” and “Hashime Murayama With My Legs Stirrup Splayed.”

SAD Magazine, 2017, “Not Puddles.”

Poetry is Dead Magazine, 2018, “Ghoul Goblin Ghost” and “Your Wife is a Cryptid.”


Room Magazine, 2018, “Odds.”


many gendered mothers, 2017, “Joelle Barron on Laura Jane Grace.” (online)


Boobs: Women Explore What It Means to Have Breasts, 2016, ed. Ruth Daniell (Caitlin Press), essay: “Bridges.”

Best Canadian Poetry in English, 2016, ed. Helen Humphreys (Tightrope Books), poem: “This Job Ends in Six Months.”

30 Under 30, 2017, Aaron Kozak, ed. (In/Words Press), poem: “Galiano 2.”