Other Work


Good for Nothing. Poetry chapbook. Anstruther Press, 2017. (order here)


“How to Find Your Way in Strathcona County.” Watch Your Head, Coach House Books, Fall 2020.

“2 Poems.” Prairie Fire, Spring 2020.

“2 Poems.” The Fiddlehead, Winter, 2019.

“My Brother, Free Willy, Paris 2013.” PRISM international, Winter 2019.

“2 Poems.” EVENT Magazine, Summer 2019.

“4 Poems.” Grain, Spring 2019.

“At the End of the Fiscal Year.” SadMag.ca, June 2018. (link)

“Sonnet for the Driveways of Our Childish Years.” WinningWriters.com, April 2018.

“Design Stage Failure Analysis.” Arc Poetry, Summer 2018.

“2 Poems.” The Rusty Toque. 2017.

“Blood In a Place I Could Not yet Understand.” Contemporary Verse 2, Fall2017.

“Akinsdale Arena.” Sustenance Anthology, Anvil Press, September 2017.

“2 Poems.” The Malahat Review, Spring 2017.

“The First Bus Back to the Suburbs.” Eighteen Bridges, May, 2017.

“Apricot Ham.” Big Smoke, May, 2017.

“Imperatives.” 30 Under 30 Anthology, In/Words Press, 2017.

“On Being Threatened Over Red Willow Park.” The Walrus website. October, 2016.

“Public Works.” Prairie Fire 37/3, 2016.

“3 Poems.” EVENT 45/2, 2016.

“A Letter From Scandinavia.” NewPoetry.ca, August 2016. (link)

“How to Find Your Way in Strathcona County.” Alberta Views, October 2016.

“2 Poems.” The City Series: Edmonton, Frog Hollow Press, 2016.

“The Best Way to Kill a Fish So Small.” Sport Literate 10:1, 2016.

“In Recognition of a Quarter Century of Contribution to UMA.” Arc Poetry 80, Spring 2016.

“After the Neon Bowling Alley.” Cede Poetry, May 2016.

“An Outdoor Education.” The Literary Review of Canada, April 2016.

“Ordinary.” Glass Buffalo 4(3), 2015.

“2 Poems.” The Maynard, Spring 2015. (link)

“Charnel House.” Poetry is Dead, Spring/Summer 2015.

“Another Thing Entirely.” Existere 34(1), 2014.

“Carson Pegasus.” Sport Literate 8(2), 2013.


“Reunion.” Geist 101, 2016.

“Black Sage Bench.” SAD Mag, 2015.

“Water Break.” Broken Pencil, The Nub App, 2014.

“Tell Me What I Can Do For You.” Joyland, 2014.

“Get Me One of Everything.” Whiskey Paper, 2013.

“Deficit.” Little Fiction, Listerature Vol. 2, 2013.

“Lightning Goes to Touch the Ground.” The Squawk Back 54, 2012

Awards & Recognitions

“Sonnet for the Driveways of Our Childish Years.” Honourable Mention, Margaret Reid Poetry Contest, WinningWriters.com, 2018.

“A Restaurant in California.” Shortlisted for CV2’s Young Buck Poetry Prize2017.

“Oldman River Dam.” Shortlisted for CV2’s Young Buck Poetry Prize2016.

“On Being Threatened Over Red Willow Park.” Shortlisted for The Walrus Poetry Prize, 2016.

“In Recognition of a Quarter Century of Contribution to UMA.” Winner, Readers’ Choice Award, Arc Poem of the Year Contest, 2016.

“Ordinary.” Second place in the Writers’ Guild of Alberta/Glass Buffalo Poetry Contest, 2015.

“Water Break.” Runner-up in Broken Pencil‘s Unearth Your Underworld Fiction Contest, 2014.

Interviews & Essays

“When you can’t trust what you see: Life with a perception disorder.” Maclean’s. February, 2020. (link)

“Inter – with Curtis LeBlanc and Mallory Tater.” The Maynard, February 2019.  (link)

“An Entire Page of Words About One Damn Thing.” EVENT, September 2018. (link)

“An Interview: Poetry Month in Canada.” The Puritan, Town Crier, 2018. (link)

“The Language of Games: Rose Morris in Conversation with Curtis LeBlanc.” The Malahat Review, 2017. (link)

“An Interview with Jacob Zilber Prize Judge Jess Taylor.” PRISM international, 2016. (link)

“A Win, a Shot in the Arm: Curtis LeBlanc in Conversation with Patricia Young.” The Malahat Review, 2016. (link)

“An Interview with Pacific Spirit Poetry Prize Judge George Elliott Clarke.” PRISM international, 2016. (link)

“An Interview with 2016 Non-Fiction Contest Judge Rachel Rose.” PRISM international, 2016. (link)

“Interview: Curtis LeBlanc and Kate Fry of New Shoots.” SAD Mag, 2016. (link)

“How a Poem Works: Karen Solie’s ‘Beauty and Reality are the Same.'” Celebration of Canadian Poetry, Brick Books Website, 2016. (link)

“Interview with Richard Van Camp.” Nineteen Questions, 2013. (link)