+ Longfellow Days Coursen Readings with Adrian Blevins and Jason Whitney. Sunday, February 19, 2019 | 1-2pm @ Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick, ME.

+ Love Stories with Noah Burton, Cybele Brandow, Niles Baldwin, and Amber Greygill. Hosted by Nat Baldwin and Kelsey Warren. Tuesday, February 13, 2018 | 8-11pm @ The Apohadion Theater, Portland, ME. 

+ Word Buzz at Rolling Fatties with Kristen Case, Shana Youngdahl, and Julia Bouwsma. Thursday, February 1, 2018. | 6:30-8pm @ Rolling Fatties, Kingfield, ME.  

+ Poetry Night at PIG + POET with TBA. Wednesday, October 18, 2017 | 7pm doors, 7:30pm reading @ PIG + POET at Whitehall, Camden, ME.

+ Poetry Night at PIG + POET with Arielle Greenberg, Nick Schroeder, Jacob Fricke, Roxanne Dragon, Rufus Nicoll, and Adelyn Connolly. Wednesday, May 17, 2017 | 7pm doors, 7:30pm reading @ PIG + POET at Whitehall, Camden, ME. Reserve tickets here or pay at door ($12).

+ Word Portland Reading Series with Shonna Milliken Humphrey and Natasha Mieszkowsk. Monday, March 6, 2017 | 9pm @ LFK, Portland, ME. 

+ 2016 Belfast Poetry Festival. "If Anything Remains," a stop-motion erasure poetry collaboration with Shana Youngdahl. Saturday, October 15, 2016 | 5pm @ The American Legion, Belfast, ME. 

+ Love Stories with Nat Baldwin, Niles Baldwin, Meghan Gilliss, Catie Hannigan, and Douglas W. Milliken. Sunday, February 14, 2016 | 7pm @ SPACE Gallery Annex, Portland, ME. 

+ Port Veritas feature. Tuesday, January 26, 2016 | 8pm open mic, 9pm feature @ Bull Fenney's, Portland, ME. 

Be Wilder: A Word Portland Anthology reading with Julia Bouwsma, Martin Steingesser, Douglas W. Milliken, Emily Jane Young, and Zanne Langlois. Friday, December 4, 2015 | 7pm @ Sherman's Books and Stationary, Portland, ME.

+ Be Wilder: A Word Portland Anthology Launch with Patricia O'Donnell, Emily Jane Young, Carolyn Gage, Douglas W. Milliken, Martin Steingesser, Brian Kevin, Jennifer Dupree, Chuck Smithson, Zanne Langlois, and Julia Bouwsma. Friday, November 6, 2015 | 7pm @ Longfellow Books, Portland, ME. 

Waking Windows: Portland with Douglas W. Milliken, Gregory Howard
Sarah Gerard, and Ottessa Moshfegh. Saturday, October 10, 2015 | 2pm @ Tandem Coffee + Bakery, Portland, ME. 

Flâneur Walks Montréal Launch with Julie Mannell, Kaie Kellough, Betsy Wheeler, Maria Williams-Russell, and Andrew Forbes. Saturday, September 12, 2015 | 7pm @ Le Cabibi, Montréal, Québec.  

+ Winter Poems with Julia Bouwsma and Frank Giampietro. January 2, 2015 | 6 pm @ Webster Library, Kingfield, ME. 

+ Word Portland Reading Series with Julia Bouwsma and Frank Giampietro. November 3, 2014 | 9pm @ LFK, Portland, ME.  

Greenfield Annual Word Festival with Julia Bouwsma, Connolly Ryan, Dina Stander, and Maria Williams-Russell. October 18, 2013. Greenfield, MA.   



+ DESIRE at Able Baker Contemporary with Cairo Bats, Erin Johnson, Jessica Lynne & DéLana R.A. Dameron, Devin N. Morris, Bridget Frances Quinn, D.A. Powell, Jimmy Riordan, and Maia Snow. March 23 - May 5, 2018 -  | Able Baker Contemporary, Portland, ME.

+ Hewnoaks Alumni Exhibition with Kimberly Convery, Patrick Corrigan, Jenny McGee Dougherty, Caitlin Duennebier, Meg Hahn, Baxter Koziol, Kim Largey, Justin Levesque, Liz McGhee, Tessa O’Brien, Chris Patch, Sarah Perea-Kane, Jenny Scheu, Anne Scheer, Maia Snow, and John Sundling. January 11- January 28, 2018. | Gallery 49 at Oxbow Blending & Bottling, Portland, ME. 

+ Collage work to accompany Arielle Greenberg's Locally Made Panties book launch. Launch reading Friday, October 7, 2016 | 7pm, Étaín, Portland, ME. Art on view. 



+ Poetic + Public: The Correspondence of Erased by Us by Alana Dao, The Chart, March 2016.

+ CSArt Maine Five and Ten interview, December 2014. 



+ A CLEARING: A Maine Arts Community was awarded a 2019 Kindling Fund Grant for A POSSIBLE PRACTICE! This year, we’re inviting Maine-based artists to create alongside us in conversation with Kristin Chang’s poem, “Etymology of Butch,” hosting site-specific art installations/open creative spaces around the state, culminating in a retrospective artist’s book that catalogs our time together. THANK YOU, KINDLING FUND!

+ Pleased to announce I was a winner of the fall contest for Peter Mendelsund's "Read, Think, Design: Create Stunning Book Covers" Skilllshare class!

I first read this poem in The American Poetry Review. I reread it and reread it. I printed it out and put it on my wall. I printed an extra copy. Then another. I pulled it out at parties. Slipped it into people's bags. I annotated.

This, my friends, is how a passionate reader reads. (And I can’t tell you how happy I am to hear this type of anecdote.) Meg’s notes and sketches were great, but ultimately, what I loved most about her project (other than the final itself, which is evocative, haunting, restrained, and beautiful) is the way in which she worked through, and past, her other less-polished options. Ultimately our success as book jacket designers depends not just on reading well, and sketching well, but on recognizing what, of our work, is worth keeping and what isn’t. This is what it means to be a good editor of your work. This faculty is the faculty of taste, and not everyone has it!
—Peter Mendelsund, Associate Art Director at Alfred A. Knopf