A Taste of Home,” in Sustenance: Writers from BC and Beyond on the Subject of Food“, edited by Rachel Rose, Anvil Press, 2017.

Sustenance addresses multi-facetted issues of the subject of food in a vivid and down-to-earth manner. It is both a thought-provoking discourse of the subject of how we source and handle food as well as a poetic homage to food as a connector that bridges cultures and brings societies together. In this way, it is a homage to Vancouver as an open-minded, multi-cultural city, where everyone can thrive to make this city their home.” Review by Ulduz Maschaykh, March 6, 2018.




The Pull of the Azores”, in Wherever I Find Myself: Stories by Canadian Immigrant Women, edited by Myriam Matejova, Caitlin Press, 2017. In this third anthology in the Canadian women series by Caitlin Press, Canadian immigrant women from a variety of ethnicities and intersecting identities share their diverse and personal stories.






A Hard Landing,” in Writers of the Portuguese Diaspora of Canada and the United States, Boa Vista Press, 2015







Losing My Sister” in Mess: The Hospital Anthology, Tightrope Books, 2014







Three Candles for the Virgin Mary” in Memória: An Anthology of Portuguese Canadian Writers, Fidalgo Books, 2013







Memories of Winter in Edmonton” in 40 Below: Edmonton’s Winter Anthology, Wufniks Press, 2013







Small Fish to Fry”, in Writers and Artists Do Food, Red Claw Press, 2011







Mother of Mother”, emerge, The Writer’s Studio Anthology, SFU, 2010