I'm excited to be joining a fantastic group of writers for the monthly Free Association Reading Series hosted by City of Asylum. I'm thankful for curators for having me, and hope you'll join Cedric Rudolph, Lynda Schuster, and Pat Hart online for some words. Pre-register and read more about the line up by clicking here.
I am grateful to the editors Justin Bigos, Iliana Rocha, and Erin Stalcup, & the rest of the staff of Waxwing for including my poem, titled "Roethke Meets Father John Misty" in the Spring 2021 issue. It's an honor to appear alongside so many writers I admire, and the whole issue feels like a gift.... Continue Reading →
I would like to express my gratitude and excitement to have a poem included in the newest edition of december, who does so much to find and nurture new voices alongside established and celebrated voices. It's a special honor to be in an issue with Albert Goldbarth, Andy Chen, and others whom I've long admired.... Continue Reading →
I have a book review in the newest issue of Salamander (#50), where I had the delight of taking a close look at Elizabeth Knapp's newest poetry collection, Requiem with an Amulet in Its Beak (Washington Writers' Publishing House). I've admired Elizabeth's work in various journals for a while and it was a great joy to take some... Continue Reading →
I am very excited to have a few poems coming out The Pittsburgh Neighborhood Guidebook, edited by Ben Gwin, in March 2021. But you can pre-order the issue now, and I'm sure the Belt Publishing would be ever-grateful if you did. I would be too.
Three poems were featured in SOFTBLOW, in May 2020. I am grateful to editors, Cyril Wong, Eric Low, and the rest of their team. You can read the poems here: "Big Name," "Bargain Matinee," and "Great Shape."
I'm very excited to share a new book review is live at Full-Stop.net. I enjoyed taking a close look at Tiana Clark's splendid and range-y debut, I Can't Talk about the Trees without the Blood, from the University of Pittsburgh Press. Many thanks to the Jesse Miller and the rest of the Full-Stop team. Here... Continue Reading →
Check out the ever-brilliant poet, Varun Ravindran, who has two poems featured at the Kenyon Review Online! I was lucky to get to contribute some audio to one of them, along with additionally brilliant poet, and fellow Hollins alum, Inga Lea Schmidt. You could read her work at places like Black Warrior Review. Read the poems... Continue Reading →