3 Poems Published in POOL: A Journal of Poetry

I’m delighted to share the news that three of my poems — “A Mud Puddle Shaped Mud Puddle,” “Lunch Hour Is an Hour of Our Lives,” and “The Stars Are Out and They’re Trying To Get Your Attention” — have just been published online in the venerable Pool: A Journal of Poetry. Thanks so much Editors Patty Seyburn & Judith Taylor. Dive on in!

Read the poems HERE.

Collaborative Poems & Interview Featured in Wildness Issue 5

Issue 5 of Wildness just hit the web and I’m delighted to share the news that it features three prose poems I’ve written with Dustin Nightingale as well as an interview with us about our collaborative process. There’s new work by such literary wonders as John Taylor, Peter LaBerge, Jess Poli, David Ishaya Osu, Jennifer Perrine and more! Thanks so much Platypus Press, Michelle Tudor, and Peter Barnfather for this beauty!

“I Fear We Have Made a Terrible Mistake” published in Two Peach issue 3

My poem “I Fear We Have Made a Terrible Mistake” – written in collaboration with Dustin Nightingale – has just been published in Two Peach issue 3. This issue features amazing new work by the likes of Peter LaBerge, Sarah Rose Nordgren, Montreux Rotholtz, Amy Lemmon, and more. Thank you to editors Catherine Pond, Julia Anna Morrison, and Daniel Kraines for this thing of beauty.

Click HERE to read the poem.

“Brush Aside the Noise with Locks of Matted Hair” published in The Boiler

The summer issue of The Boiler was released today, and it contains “Brush Aside the Noise with Locks of Matted Hair” – another collaborative prose poem I’ve written with Dustin Nightingale – along with new work by E. Kristin Anderson, Kristina Marie Darling, Darren C. Demaree, Hannah Lee Jones and many more! Thanks so much Sebastián Hasani Páramo and the rest of The Boiler crew!

Click HERE to read our poem.

“He Must Have Gone To Sleep Eventually” in The Southampton Review

The newest issue of The Southampton Review contains my poem “He Must Have Gone To Sleep Eventually.” With a special section on Food & Wine, this is a seriously sumptuous issue full of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and tons of art, photography, and cartoons. I want to eat this magazine. Thank you to Emily Smith Gilbert, Lou Ann Walker, and the other TSR readers and editors!

Profiled for CNY Books & Authors on Syracuse.com

When it rains it pours! This profile of me has just been published on Syracuse.com’s CNY Books & Authors column and will appear in the Syracuse Post-Standard‘s Sunday print edition Empire Magazine on either the 4th or the 11th. Thank you to author Casey Rose Frank for reaching out and for writing such a generous piece about me and my poetry

Interviewed in Folio v31 Spring 2016

I’m thrilled and honored to share the news that a full-length interview with me has just been published in the new issue of FOLIO, the literary magazine at American University. At 7 pages it’s the longest interview that I’ve ever done, and I want to thank Editor-in-Chief Kangsen Feka Wakai for his thoughtful and stimulating questions. The interview appears in Issue 31 (Spring 2016), which is focused on the Surreal and Fantastical, and some of the questions address my first poetry book published last year by Steel Toe Books, The Maintenance of the Shimmy-Shammy. This issue’s other interview is with Alberto Rios! You can grab a copy of the journal for $8 HERE.