is an editor, poet, and Libra, living and writing in Toronto. His latest chapbook of poems, notes from the garden, was published by baseline press in 2019, preceded by the peach poems (2019) and a wish (2018).

He holds an MA in contemporary literature from Ryerson University (2018-19) and a BA in literature, philosophy and book & media studies from the University of Toronto (2012-17). In 2018, along with illustrator, storyteller, and zine-maker Cleopatria Peterson, he co-founded Old Growth Press, a small press publishing the visual narratives of BIPOC and/or 2SLGBTQ+ creators.

His academic research focuses on the work of contemporary queer and transgender poets, and his editorial work excels in poetry, prose poetry, essays, and adult fiction and non-fiction. He is interested in working with writing that predominantly features queer and transgender narratives, as well as writing that is poetic in nature, even in a prosaic form.

He tweets at @trabrahams.