I’m drop-down delighted to hold in my hand my contributor copy of Meridian Issue 39 – the No Borders issue – which contains my poems “The Sky We Want to Reach Up and Press Our Thumbs Into” and “One Theory of What’s Happening Out There.” This powerful issue features work by such superlatives as Destiny Birdsong, Roy Guzmán, JP Grasser, Carlie Hoffman, Patrick Kindig, Ösel Jessica Plante, Jeff Whitney, and more! Thanks so much Courtney Flerlage, Helen Chandler, and the rest of the good folks at Meridian!
What a delightful surprise. My poem “Elegy for the Travel Agents” — first published in the Southern Indiana Review — is the featured poem today at Verse Daily!
Read the poem HERE.
My poems “On a Foreign Planet Surrounded by Sugar Maples” and “Bats and Applesauce” have been accepted at the North American Review!
My lyric essay “Strike Anywhere” has been published online in Quarterly West Issue 91. This essay is from a series based on the four classical elements, and its theme is fire. Huge thanks to Noam Dorr, Sara Eliza Johnson, JP Grasser and the rest of the Quarterly West staff. Also, I want to say a scorchingly grateful thank you to my generous friends and family who allowed me to audio record them for this, including those whose interviews never made it into the final draft.
Read the essay HERE.
Huge thank yous to the good folks at Southern Indiana Review for accepting “I Am a Speaker You Are Vibrating” and “A Small Choir of Sour Voices” — two of the collaborative prose poems I’ve been writing with Dustin Nightingale!
Thrilled to share the news that my poems “To the Dirt Which Will in Time Consume Us All” and “A Lot Going On Up There” have been accepted for publication in Narrative Magazine!
Thrilled to share the news that my lyric essay “Strike Anywhere” has just been accepted at Quarterly West. This is the second essay from my recently completed series on the four classical elements to have found a home–it’s theme, no surprise, is fire. Also Jack Tripper’s in it. On skates.
I had a great time reading and talking about my poetry last Thursday with Albert Abonado on his radio show Flour City Yawp on WAYO 104.3FM Rochester!
Listen to a podcast of the show HERE.
Delighted to have received my contributor copy of Quiddity, which contains my poem “What Can I Do?” along with a bonanza of new work by such wonderfuls as Joanne Diaz, Kathleen McGookey, Sandy Marchetti, John Sibley Williams, Heather Cox, Julie B Barbour, Kristina Marie Darling, and more — and a conversation with Adam Clay, Ada Limón, and Michael Robins! Thanks so much again to Joanna Beth Tweedy, John McCarthy, Pamm Collebrusco, Lisa Higgs and the rest of the folks at Quiddity!
A poem and a short interview with me have just been published online as part of Fairy Tale Review‘s Pins & Needles Q&A series. Poetry Editor Jon Riccio asked some really fun questions about my two poems published in FTR‘s Ochre Issue, and in the space of a few hundred words I managed to cram in Robyn Hitchcock, Mary Ruefle, Craig Raine, Anthony Burgess, Dostoyevsky, James Taylor, Pringles, T.S. Eliot, Ross Gay, P.G. Wodehouse, and Alpha Centauri. Plus the full text of one of the poems, “We’re Actually Fabulous” is included at the end of the interview. Thanks again Jon!