Sink Review and Songs of the Week and Don’t Let Us Get Sick
I have two poems from my forthcoming chapbook I Live Here Now (Lame House Press, December 2011) in the latest issue of the Sink Review. The journal got a pretty-pretty redesign and I am pleased to be in such good company. Special thanks to the editors, Steven Karl and Dan Magers! Also, the newest POP is up…
Poems into Plays, More Songs of the Week, POP, Forklift #23 and I’m 30
I am happy to report that several poems from my chapbook Red Fortress (H_NGM_N) are being turned into short theater pieces for Hearth Gods’ first Poet Nights. This is immensely interesting and flattering to me. How would someone else choose to represent my poems? Will there be dialogue? What will it sound like? I just…
Reading for Mental Marginalia Tomorrow
Just a reminder that I am reading tomorrow for Mental Marginalia. You can find more information about the reading here. In other news there are some more Song of the Weeks up for you to check out, this week’s being about a Smog song by Claire Donato. Also, Angel Olsen!
Song of the Week feature up and running on Coldfront!
Song of the Week, a new weekly (duh) feature is up and running now on Coldfront. Well, it’s actually been up for a few weeks already! I’m just a little slow getting this information up here. Basically, the premise of Song of the Week is to get poets to write about one song in 150…
A Year in Poetry (and some other updates)
I have to admit, poetry has been good to me in 2010. I can’t speak to all the other things in my life, many of which have been disappointing, but poetry, yes, poetry has been a friend to me. A few weeks ago I read Just Kids by Patti Smith. I thought it was delightful. …