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Literary CV

 

Poetry

  • "curios ii: parsing" — Peeking Cat Literary, February 6th, 2021 (online)/ October 2021 (anthology)

  • "raw & mismanaged" & "sentiment analysis" — Theta Wave, forthcoming

  • "canyon lake" — Perhappened Mag, Issue 2 "Road Trip", July 2020

  • "vancouver special" — Versification, June 2020

  • "ice core samples from an ailing body" — Red Alder Review, Open Mic Series feature, May 12, 2020

  • "Princeton, TX, 2008" — mineral lit mag, issue 2, April 10, 2020

  • "Curios" — Pomme Journal "Put Into Words, My Love", February 2020

  • "cèilidh" — Open Minds Quarterly, Volume 2, Issue 4, Winter 2020 

  • “A Moment, in a Day, in the Life of Данкан Гидонович”, emerge 19, October 2019

  • "Zephyr" — Lyre Magazine, Volume 9 "Vision and Time", 2018

  • "summer" — Sea to Sky Review, Volume 1, Issue 2, August 2018

  • "softer now" — "The Year We Became", UBC Slam Poetry, March 2018

  • "Be Prepared" — Sea to Sky Review, Volume 1, Issue 1, April 2018

  • "PEARL" — Juste Milieu Literary Review, Issue no. 4, February 2018

  • "springtime" — Juste Milieu Literary Review, Issue no. 3, December 2017

  • "tactlingual", "dentistry" — "A Delightfully Pacistic Huddle of Poes", UBC Slam Poetry, March 2017. 

  • "Over the Rockies" — W49 Magazine, Volume 18, 2017 (credited as Duncan Parizeau)

  • "Ghost" — W49 Magazine, Volume 17, 2016 (credited as Duncan Parizeau)

Fiction

  • "Code Communique #1" — Daybreaking Zine, Issue 3, forthcoming (credited as Per-Osip Shevchenko)

  • "Postcards from an Ailing Body" — Funicular Magazine, Issue 4, June 2020 

  • "Be Prepared" — W49 Magazine, Volume 17, 2016 (credited as Duncan Parizeau)

  • "Kafka's — W49 Magazine, Volume 17, 2016 (credited as Duncan Parizeau)

Non-Fiction

  • "Houston TX, 2009", Rejection Letters, July 2020

  • "Reflections on an ailing body", Chapter House Journal, May 13th, 2020

  • "Field Notes from an Ailing Body", SOUNDEST Zine, Issue 5, December 2019 

  • "kettle", Feminist Space Camp Magazine, HOME Issue, November 2019

Mixed Media and Visual Art

  • "Beyond City Limits", mixed media; paper ephemera and ink on archival paper — Thin Air Magazine,
    Volume 24, 2018  

  • "The Things Nature Says When We Talk About Sustainability", mixed media triptych; plant matter, soil, ink, charcoal on archival paper — "GreenFlux" University of British Columbia Sustainability, November 2017

Articles

  • "Talking With Your Kids About Complicated Issues" — Read Local BC, October 10th, 2020.

  • "To Make a Long Story Short" — Read Local BC, September 25th, 2020.

  • "These Authors Will Make You See Stanley Park in a Whole New Light" — Read Local BC, August 14th, 2020 (credited as RLBCAdmin).  

  • "These Books Will Help Introduce Your Kids to Social Justice" — Read Local BC, August 7th, 2020 

  • "Kids Books for Sharing Indigenous Stories and Cultures" — Read Local BC, July 24th, 2020

  • "Reimagining the Suburbs" — Read Local BC, July 17th, 2020

  • "Your Reading Shouldn't End With National Indigenous History Month" — Read Local BC, July 9th, 2020 

Readings, Performance, & Media

  • Mashed Poetics "Learning to Crawl", Online, August 8th, 2020

  • Interview, Red Alder Review: Open Mic Q&A, May 12th, 2020

  • This Is Not a Hoax by Heather Jessup Book Launch, Book Warehouse Main St. (Vancouver, BC), January 24th, 2020

  • Langara Community Day Strangers on a Train Alumni Reading, Science and Technology Building, Langara College (Vancouver, BC), June 15th, 2019

  • The Year We Became Chapbook Launch, BC Hydro Theatre, University of British Columbia (Vancouver, BC), April 5th, 2018

  • Stories on the Drive, The Drive Coffee Bar (Vancouver, BC), February 7th, 2018

  • Richmond World Festival, Minoru Park (Richmond, BC), August 2017

  • Canada Wish 150, Roundhouse Theatre (Vancouver, BC), August 2017

  • A Delightfully Pacifistic Huddle of Poes Chapbook Launch, Frederic Wood Theatre, University of British Columbia (Vancouver, BC) April 2017

  • Strangers on a Train, The Railway Club (Vancouver, BC), January 26th, 2016

Awards & Honours

  • Poetry: “Beyond City Limits”, Pushcart Prize Nomination, 2018

  • Poetry: “Beyond City Limits”, 2nd Place, Gas Station Prize, Thin Air Magazine, 2018

  • Fiction: “Be Prepared”, Jon Furberg Fiction Award, Langara College, 2016

  • Fiction: “Kafka’s” 2nd Place, Postcard Fiction Contest, W49 Magazine, 2016

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