“My father’s falling” in Angel City Review

“My father’s falling” in Angel City Review

Grateful to have my poem “My father’s falling” in the gorgeous December edition of Angel City Review alongside the talented Trista Payte. Lead editor John Venegas describes this journal as one “dedicated to the literary voices of Los Angeles – the otherwise...
“Of Closure” in Rogue Agent

“Of Closure” in Rogue Agent

I’ve been eyeing Rogue Agent for a while because of its beautiful collection of poetry connected to the body. In their call for submissions, they request, “We want your skin, your liver, your viscera. We want your joy and your frustration.” So I scraped up my courage...
At Sunset

At Sunset

(A ten-minute play) by Melisa Malvin-Middleton ~ SYNOPSIS ~ On a cliff overlooking the ocean, an adult sister and brother are waiting for the sun to set in order to do something meaningful. While they pass the time—the free-spirited Ally goofs off playing a game she...