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Bibliography

Poetry

2024

  • “The People of Avonmora Move On”, Kaleidotrope, forthcoming in 2024
  • “The side-effects of secondhand skin”, Uppagus, January 2024
  • “Dragon Tracks: a Short Guide”, Dreams and Nightmares, January 2024
  • “Côte d’Or Mignonnettes”, Toda clase de dulces: Sweets from My Childhood, forthcoming
  • “After the Collapse, the Artificials Reclaim the City”, House of Zolo’s Journal of Speculative Literature Volume 4, forthcoming
  • “You return after the genocide”, BFS Horizons, forthcoming
  • “Dispatches from the Prison Planet”, The Dread Machine, forthcoming
  • “The Sphinx in Old Age”, Utopia Science Fiction, forthcoming
  • “The Bone Whale Rids Itself of Its Inhabitants”, Penumbric Magazine, forthcoming


2023

  • “The Dream-Ships of the Yser“, Star*Line, October 2023
  • “The Ones Who Stayed”, Star*Line, October 2023
  • “The Cyborg Decides to End it”, Illumen, October 2023
  • “You; in the City of Desire”, Illumen, October 2023
  • “The Squatters of the Fungal Forest”, Shoreline Infinity #36: The Climate Change Issue, September 2023
  • “She feels the error of her past”, Shoreline Infinity #36: The Climate Change Issue, September 2023
  • “Elegy for the Forgotten Boy”, The Literary Hatchet #35, July 2023
  • “A New Captain Arrives”, Star*Line 46.3, July 2023
  • “Lamentations”, Star*Line 46.3, July 2023
  • “The Guardian”, Spaceports & Spidersilk, June 2023
  • “A Look into the Lives of The Geriatric Life Companions on the Aniara“, Utopia Science Fiction, June 2023

In 2023 I won the Harelbeke Poetry Competition and was awarded the André Velghe Award. I also received a Dwarf Stars and Best of the Net nomination.

2022

Interviews

Reviews

Charles Payseur reviewed my poem “Skywoman and Eve” for Locus:

“[…] evokes creation stories and the knowl­edge of good and evil. Adam is conspicuously and thankfully absent, though, as is the notion that Eve is the author of original sin, instead recognizing her as a victim, betrayed by her loneliness and the punitive nature of the garden she’s been confined within. The Skywoman offers a different focus and source of wisdom, one that doesn’t link loss and destruction with knowledge, and places people as a part of the world rather than the dominating lords of it. Lowie shows a joy rather than a poison that comes from seeing a connection between all living things, and it’s wonderful to experience.”

Nederlandstalig

2023

  • “Verschijnselen van de Nieuwe Aarde”, Ganymedes-23, 2023
  • “Pjotr en Danté; voordat ze hun taken uitvoerden…”, Ganymedes-23, 2023
  • “Een vaartuig, drijvend in de ruimte”, Ganymedes-23, 2023
  • “Op zoek naar leven”, Ganymedes-23, 2023
  • “De Arboreale Wacht”, Gedichtenwandeling Cathemgoed Dudzele, mei 2023
  • “Mijn ontmoeting met Alvina”, Yzersterk (stadsmagazine Diksmuide), april 2023
  • “De Dood neemt even pauze”, Art04, maart 2023
  • “De Helderste Ster”, Art04, maart 2023
  • “Alles wat ik ooit wilde zijn”, Art04, maart 2023
  • “Na het lot”, Art04, maart 2023
  • “Op de Ballingsplaneet”, “Op de Ballingsplaneet”, februari 2023
  • “De Goden Bloeden”, “Op de Ballingsplaneet”, februari 2023
  • “Lamentaties“, Op de Ballingsplaneet, februari 2023

Met mijn drie gedichten “Op de Ballingsplaneet”, “De Goden Bloemen” en “Lamentaties” was ik winnaar van de Harelbeke poëziewedstrijd. Ik werd bekroond met de André Velghe prijs.

Haiku

2024
3 haiku, Scifaikuest (print), may 2024
3 haiku, Scifaikuest (online), may 2024

2023
3 haiku, Scifaikuest (print), forthcoming
‘clutching’, Basho’s Haiku Journeys Spring 2023 Contest Winner, May 2023
1 haiku, Failed Haiku #88, 2023
3 haiku, The Bamboo Hut, 2023
2 haiku, Trash Panda Haiku issue #4, 2023
2 haiku, Pen Haiku Review, 2023
1 haiku, spring/summer 2023, Akitsu Quarterly
2 haiku, Pan Haiku Review, May 2023
1 haiku, Cold Moon Journal, April 2023
1 haiku, Haikuniverse, March 25 2023
1 haiku, Cold Moon Journal, February 2023
1 haiku, Wales Haiku Journal, winter 2022/2023

2022
1 haiku, Stardust Haiku, October 2022
1 haiku, Wales Haiku Journal, Autumn 2022 (featured on The Haiku Foundation’s “Re:virals” here)
1 haiku, Cold Moon Journal, October 2022