• September Collaborations & Personas

    September has just arrived, and I’m happy to have two new prose poem publications to share. I’m honored to have four pieces up at The Adirondack Review from one of the collaborative collections I made with Elizabeth Paul. Liz and I write about sundogs, Van Gogh and his brother Theo, the color red, a multitude of Lucys, the term petaloso, and Fenway Park, among other things. I’m also pleased that my persona poem “In Which I am Anne of Green Gables Avoiding Doing the Dishes” is up at Nightjar Review.

  • Two New Publications to Announce:

    I’m honored to have my poem “Tahlequah” published in the anthology For Love of Orcas, a collection that showcases poetry and prose about the endangered Southern Resident orcas and their extended ecosystem. Thanks to editors Andrew Shattuck McBride and Jill McCabe Johnson for making this important anthology. And, I’m so excited to have a poem in the latest Crab Creek Review, always a beautiful publication. Thanks to Editor-in-Chief Jenifer Brown Lawrence and the Crab Creek Review staff. “Wrecked, Off Pavilion Beach” is a piece I started in a workshop with Tom Daley at MA Poetry Festival in 2018, in which we were taking a deep dive into Sylvia Plath’s poem…

  • Poetry Month News, Part II

    Spring has sprung, the forsythia in my front yard are halfway through their weeklong yellow outburst, and I have a few more National Poetry Month announcements regarding publications and public readings this April. As I said in my last post, I’m sharing the pages and stages with many friends and writers I admire, which makes this news all the sweeter. First, my writing partner Elizabeth Paul and I have a guest blog post on text-and-image work up on the See Double Press blog today. See Double is an “independent press dedicated to innovative interfusing of text and image.” The piece references some publications we’ve had of collages and poems from…

  • Poetry Month News, Part I

    April is National Poetry Month, and I am lucky to have several things to announce regarding publications and public readings this month. The best part is that I’m sharing the pages and stages with so many friends and writers I admire.  First, I have a short, ekphrastic fiction piece entitled “Fainting Couch” in the inaugural issue of Linea. Thank you to Editors Elizabeth George & Carol Edelstein and Publisher Adell Donaghue. Check out the website for Simian Press to find out more about this limited-edition gem. I’ll be reading at the launch party for Linea on April 26 from 7-9 at the Northampton Center for the Arts.            …

  • New collaborative poems & collages

    I’m happy to share that some pieces from a collaborative project created by Elizabeth Paul and me have been appearing online this year. Our process involved the exchange of collages we made over the course of a year, along with poems we wrote based on the other’s collages. This became our latest manuscript, Our Edges Away. It was so much fun to work in both text and image and to explore the ways that each of us–and each medium–inspired, intersected with, and interrogated the other. To check out our creations, you can find one collage and its response poem in the “Renewal” issue of petrichor (mentioned in my last post;…