I am a social rights activist and a writer of speculative, liminal and interstitial fiction. Originally from Brooklyn, I now make Montréal my home.
My short fiction has appeared in The Future Fire, Spark: A Creative Anthology, TFFX 10th Anniversary Anthology, Glittership: an LGBTQ Science Fiction and Fantasy Podcast, Glittership: Year One anthology, and After the Orange: Ruin and Recovery
My debut novel, Cycling to Asylum, was longlisted for the Sunburst for Excellence in Canadian Literature of the Fantastic, and has now been optioned for a feature-length film. My second novel, Run J Run, is scheduled to come out with Renaissance Press in May of 2019.
When I am not writing, battling slumlords, bringing evil bureaucracies to their knees, and smashing borders, I curate and participate in readings and literary events in Canada and abroad, and have served as moderator or panelist at the Metropolis Bleu/Blue Met Literary Festival, the Conference on Canadian Content in Speculative Arts and Literature, the Belles Lettres readings for NDG Arts Week, and the WorldCon, among others.
I also work as a freelance editor.
On this site, you will find some of my writing and reviews, and occasionally, my preoccupations. Feel free to share your thoughts on any of the above.