I’m Never Sure What to Tell You – a poem about siblings talking about love and sex. Published 2017.
Easter Dressing – a poem about a little girl getting ready for the Easter holiday. Published 2017.
Open Ocean – a poem about friends just trying to safely trying to tread water. Published 2016.
Being Political– a poem about black people and the politics of their existence. Published 2016.
Self-Medication – a poem about how people cope. Published 2016.
“Integrity” – a poem about artists and money. Published 2016.
Very Black Hair – a poem about hair and acceptance. Published 2016.
Shango, the Witch, and the Wand – a witch loses a wand, & enlists a junkyard hermit to find it. Published 2017.
A is for Applejuice – a young gorgon navigates a curse — and a crush. Published 2017.
Sodapop – a young couple share a cold drink on a warm day. Published 2017.
Mama Arachne – a Black urban fantasy retelling of the myth of Arachne featuring a talented but poor seamstress, a rich and jealous witch, and the hot and proud family spirits that would turn that seamstress from monster into legend. Published 2021.
All Wild Hair – a young woman navigates her relationships with people– and people’s relationship with her hair. Published 2016.
Looking Between Hues – a mother and child have a conversation. Published 2016.
G(r)eeks and the Cemetary Block – a girl and her delinquent classmate discuss the greatness of Greek gods and the creepiness of the nearby cemetery. Fiction. Published 2016.
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