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!
As the Perseids begin dropping in earnest around us, I’m delighted to announce that two of the collaborative prose poems I’ve been writing with Dustin Nightingale – “Raising the Titanic” and “I Think That Guy Came With a Violin On His Back and Wants To Play a Song” – have been accepted by the online journal elsewhere.
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.
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.
Thank you to The Boiler Journal for accepting “Brush Aside the Noise with Locks of Matted Hair” – another collaborative prose poem written with Dustin Nightingale!
Seriously dazzled to have “My Markings Easily Recognizable Even In a Windstorm” and “Sometimes You Walk Around and Get Decapitated” — 2 collaborative prose poems written with Dustin Nightingale — accepted at Horsethief. Yeehaw!
Great big summertime thank yous to the editors of Two Peach for accepting “I Fear We Have Made a Terrible Mistake” — another in the series of collaborative prose poems I’ve been writing with Dustin Nightingale.
A great Big Easy thank you to the editors of The University of New Orleans’ Bayou Magazine for accepting “What Ample Feels Like,” another collaborative prose poem in the series I’ve been writing with Dustin Nightingale.
I’m thrilled to share the news that two of the collaborative prose poems I’ve been writing with Dustin Nightingale — “And Me with Only a Bottle Opener in My Pocket” and “Staring Out a Window, Echoing the Actual Moon” — have been published today in DIAGRAM 16.2. A big thank you to Ander Monson, EA Ramey, and the rest of the DIAGRAM crew!
Chick HERE to read them.
Hot-diggity what a week! My poem – “Beehive Soaked in Tea and How To Leave (Part One)” – has been published today in Radar. It’s another collaborative prose poem written with Dustin Nightingale. It includes an accompanying photograph by Williamson Brasfield and an audio file of us reading the poem, featuring a piano intro/outro composed and performed by my partner Sarah. Issue 10 includes fantastic new work by Daniel Eduardo Ruiz, Sara Biggs Chaney, Clare Paniccia, and others, and Dustin and I are delighted to be a part of it. Thank you Editors Rachel Marie Patterson and Dara-Lyn Shrager!
Read and listen to the poem HERE.