I recently had a poem posted over at The Nervous Breakdown, part of the unpublished 2012-era manuscript, "household items" (others from the same project appear here and here).
Two more recent pieces, "Version three" and "Standing on a beach in South Florida, February," from my current work-in-progress, "World's End," appear online at Konundrum Engine Poetry Review (others from the same project appear here and here). Thanks much to the editors and publishers involved! And then of course, Amanda Earl was good enough to send along this photo she snapped of the chalk-board in front of Troubadour Books and Records on Somerset Street West in Ottawa's own Chinatown a couple of weeks back. Much thanks! In case you recognized such, the chalkboard poem appeared on Ottawa buses as part of the transpoetry project back in the late 1990s, and later in my trade collection, harvest: a book of signifiers (Talonbooks, 2001).
A larger link-list of my poems and fiction online, of course, live on the lower end of the sidebar, just to the right of where you're reading this.