Michelle Willms, author
Black Dandy, Issue 2, 2018
"The Safe Side of the Chain"
"Uncle Léo of the North"
Scrivener Creative Review, Issue 42, 2017
*Thank you to the Abitibi/Wahgoshig First Nation people for allowing me to use their First Nation name in this story.
Scrivener Creative Review, Issue 41, 2016
"Twenty, Four, and Seven"
Dance to Death (Sorrowland Press), 2008
Hippocampus Magazine, May/June Issue, 2020
*Thank you to my old friend Mike, for allowing me to use personal parts of his life story in this essay.
In/Words, Volume 12.1, 2012
"Death to iPhone"
The Writers Block, Issue 3, 2009
Beneath the Harvest Moon (National Library of Poetry), 1996
*Recipient of the Editor's Choice Award for Outstanding Achievement in Poetry.
I'm currently a Creative Writing MFA candidate at the University of British Columbia
through the Optional-Residency Program, with a focus on writing for the screen,
fiction, comics, creative nonfiction, and poetry.
My family and I live in Southern Ontario, Canada, as settlers on the traditional
territory of the Anishinaabeg, Ojibway/Chippewa, and Haudenosaunee peoples.
Thank you for visiting my website, and please don't hesitate to reach out.