I live in Fredericton, New Brunswick. In the fall of 2006, Defining Range, a chapbook of poems, was published by Gaspereau Press. And in the fall of 2008, Thistledown Press published Terminal Moraine, my first full-length poetry collection.
I currently work at the University of New Brunswick as the Graphic Designer and Secretary of The Fiddlehead, an internationally-renowned literary magazine, which I also currently serve as a poetry editor. I’m also on the poetry board of Icehouse Poetry Books, an imprint of Goose Lane Editions, Canada’s oldest independent publisher.
In May 2012, I ran in my first election as a candidate for Fredericton City Council in Ward 6 – Barkers Point/Lower St. Marys. While I did not win, I remain active in my community, and I plan to run again.
I live near the Saint John and Nashwaak rivers with my wife Sherry Coffey, my son Wyatt, and cat Milo. Sherry is also a writer and cares for children after school; Wyatt began attending Barkers Point School in 2011-12.
61 Watters Dr.