“‘Til Now” in The Quarantine Review

Three of my poems appear with three drawings by my husband, Blaise Moritz, in the second issue of The Quarantine Review.

‘Til Now” is a collection of twenty-three poems written in response to twenty-three drawings Blaise Moritz completed during a round of “Inktober.” The three selections in QR most express our life in quarantine. While Blaise and I have previously published artist’s books together, this is the first time our collaborative work appears in digi-print.

“A Figurehead Apollo” and “Tired” from “‘Til Now,” The Quarantine Review, Issue 2

I’m honoured to have our work featured alongside a compelling interview series tackling white supremacy, essays on the myth of queer progress and the necessity of Universal Basic Income, creative non-fiction from Teri Vlassopoulos, and so much more.

The Quarantine Review is available for $1.99. And all proceeds from the sale of this issue go to J-Flag.

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