2011 In-between Places, published by Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse,
curated with an essay by the Trousseau Society. Click here.
2010 Listening to the Mountain, Yukon Arts Centre, with essay by Mary
2009 Yukon Drives, ODDGallery, Dawson City, with essay by
2009 Broadsheet, Listening to the Mountain, with essay by Dr. Dominic
Hardy. Click here.
2006 Listening to the Mountain, published by the Grimsby Public Art
2000 The Artemesia Journal, published by the Art Gallery of
Peterborough. From the show, I listen with my eyes to the dead
and I speak with my body to the living. Contact the gallery for
2007-2011 I've made a series of little handbound books to accompany art
shows. They offer the handwritten text from the back of each painting
panel, followed by a black and white image of the painting that followed
that moment's writing.
2002 Seasoning the body. 50 copies, original artist's print on the cover.
Both this book and the next are hand-written manuscripts,
photocopied. Hand-stitched. Sold out.
2001 Something about indigo, a magpie's poems. First run, 30 copies,
second run (2002), 50. Design closely related to what I learned
from chris. Includes a block print and marbled paper. Out of print.
1998 Some of the loves, an incomplete list. Produced in collaboration
with chris cavanagh, aka Persuasions & Designs. The text was
mechanically reproduced, but hand bound. 100 copies. A few
remain, available at the Yukon Artists @ Work Gallery, or through
1996 Bodies in Motion, some romances of restlessness
God's Lips' Texture
100 copies of each printed. There might be a copy left at
Mac's Fireweed in Whitehorse, but otherwise they're all sold.
one-poem books: I also make small, one poem books folded from one
page of paper. These are available at Yukon Artists @ Work and
Arts Underground. Titles include a selection of sonnets, Wilderness
Tips, Lullabye, and Snow Owns.
periodicals: I have had work appear in Ice Floe, a magazine of
circumpolar poetry, Urban Coyote's second anthology of new
Yukon writing, as part of the Moving Words program for poetry on
Whitehorse buses, and in a few other places. I have also
participated in the Cooked and Eaten series of readings, and have
a poem on their website.
What's Up Yukon: I have written about art, reviewing exhibitions and plays, and
writing about the business of art, for this local Yukon publication, since 2006. Click
here and search my name for examples of my writing.
Galleries West: I have reviewed art shows, and written other articles, feature,
preview, profile etc, for this regional art magazine.
The Northern Review: I reviewed a book for this academic journal, Fall of 2011