The Fool. Full-length poetry collection from icehouse press, Autumn 2020.

NixChapbook published by Desert Pets Press, Summer 2017.

Its Motion Keeps.” Broadside published by Desert Pets Press, Autumn 2016.


Sarah Burgoyne in Conversation with Jessie Jones, Canthius, “Whose Pleasure is it Anyway”

12 or 20 (second series) Interview, Rob McLennan’s Blog


“Morning in the hill” and “secular phenomena” in Carousel, Issue 47 (forthcoming)

Imperfect medium,” “Fase,” “Attempts at exhausting,” and “Aeaea” in Muse Medusa, No. 9

A corpse flower” and “The addition of not.” Long Con Magazine.  

Midnight Sun” and “Bloom.” Lemonhound.

Runner.” Arc.

“Better Manifesto.” 30 Under 30: An Anthology of Canadian Millenial Poets. 

Occupational Drowning.” Minola Review.

“Man of One Volume” and “Guided Meditation.” Echolocation.

“Shut Eye.” BafterC, Vol. 8, No. 1.

“Year of the Rabbit.” Prairie Fire.
 “Leopold Stokowski is a Man of the Future” and “Resolution.” Poetry London (UK).

Morning Bells are Ringing.” PRISM International.

“young, sick bacchus” and “young love.” Upstairs at Duroc (France). 

Non Se Ipse” and “Statement of Work.” The Puritan.

On Childhood.” B O D Y (US).

“mine (with back turned)” and “house advantage.” PRISM International.

“why biology” and “the eventual world.” filling station.

“On Clive Wearing,” “last ditch” and “transformative positivity.” Contemporary Verse 2.


“Runner.” Shortlist/Editor’s Choice, Arc Poem of the Year 2017

“Morning Bells are Ringing.” First runner-up, PRISM International Poetry Contest 2015.

“Man of One Volume.” Shortlist, PRISM International Poetry Contest 2014

“secular phenomena.” Shortlist, Arc Poem of the Year 2014.

“procession.” Shortlist, The Malahat Review Far Horizons Award for Poetry 2010.