The good folks at JuxtaProse have just published two of my prose poem collaborations with Dustin Nightingale in their new issue – “Gluing the Teapot Back Together Anyway” and “Run For Your Life But Don’t Forget To Tie Your Shoe.” Thanks Ian Haver, Seth Luke, Ashley Schellhous, and the rest of the JuxtaProse team!
My poem “Setting Things Around Me Free” has been published today online in Red Paint Hill Poetry Journal issue 10. It’s another collaborative prose poem in the series I’ve been writing with Dustin Nightingale. There’s audio of us reading the poem. We tried something different this time and each read it separately. I recorded Dustin reading over the phone. He asked me to put phone noises at the start of his version so people would know. It’s a beautiful issue as always packed with fantastic poetry and we’re jazzed to be a part of it — thank you Editor Stephanie Bryant Anderson and the whole Red Paint Hill Publishing crew!
Read and listen to the poem HERE.
The downside – this is what spring looks like in Syracuse right now.
The upside – thank you to Ruth Foley and the other editors of the Cider Press Review for accepting my poem “But I Live Here (Empty Place).”
And thank you to Ian Haver and the staff of JuxtaProse Literary Magazine for accepting “Gluing the Teapot Back Together Anyway” and “Run for Your Life but Don’t Forget to Tie Your Shoes” – two of the collaborative prose poems I’ve been writing with Dustin Nightingale.
It’s snowing again here in sunny Syracuse…sigh…but that can’t ruin the pleasure of sharing the news that “Setting Things Around Me Free” – one of the collaborative prose poems I’ve been writing with Dustin Nightingale – has been accepted at Red Paint Hill Poetry Journal. Thanks so much Stephanie Bryant Anderson and Red Paint Hill Publishing!
Two of the collaborative prose poems I’ve been writing with Dustin Nightingale — “9 Lives and 8 Legs” and “In My Dreams I’m in a Small Capsule Spinning Free” — have been published today in Powder Keg issue 7. Plus there’s audio of us reading the poems together, which is a first for us. Head over HERE for a read and a listen! Thanks so much Editors Sarah Jean Grimm, Zoe Dzunko, and Rebecca Bates!
Today I received my contributor copy of the fall issue of Zone 3, which contains “The Construction of a Massive Concrete Dam” – a prose poem from a series I’ve been writing collaboratively with Dustin Nightingale.
Thanks so much Andrea Spofford, Susan Wallace and the other Zone 3 editors and readers!
Three prose poems from a series I’ve been writing in collaboration with the poet Dustin Nightingale have been published in the new issue of Souvenir. Thank you Keegan Lester!
Read the poems HERE.
Two of the collaborative prose poems that I have been writing with the poet Dustin Nightingale have just been accepted at DIAGRAM. A sweet, sweet wonderfulness. Thanks EA Ramey and the other DIAGRAM editors!