I am a collector of Why's and Because's - sometimes in poetry, sometimes in prose. I am compelled to find the bigger picture that moments are pixels of. This world is a lense constantly shifting from high to low zoom and the lessons are embedded therein; the things with soft, medium, hard, and razor edges. How I can't help but reach to touch them.
Monique lives in Maine with her husband, children, and duet of danes. If you were looking for it, you'd find her poetry in over 40 journals and anthologies including: Rosebud, California Quarterly, Tampa Review, Off the Coast, and The Wayfarer. Her flash-fiction and short stories have been featured in: Typishly, The MacGuffin, Adelaide Literary Review, and Running Wild Press's 2019 Anthology of Short Stories. Monique is a Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net nominee.