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J Cage: Music is permanent; only listening is intermittent

Saturday, May 28, 2016

My kinda church.

R Creeley: "No one/ there. Everyone/ here."

Friday, May 13, 2016

David Mucklow of Colorado Review talks The Arcadia Project/ Hick Poetics

David Mucklow of Colorado Review talks about The Arcadia Project: North American Postmodern Pastoral (Ahsahta Press, 2012) and Hick Poetics (Lost Roads Press, 2015)--two anthologies that I love and seek company in all the time/ feel incredibly proud to be a part of.

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Interim vol. 33 issue 1

So glad to have poems in the stellar new issue of Interim alongside Hanna, Geoff, GC, and co. Don't live where I wrote them anymore because je este un autre, etc. (Or, like G just said, we don't have enough triangles for eyes.) But, Goddman, I loved to watch the fog melt back over the pasture. Thanks to Claudia and Derek for having me!

Friday, October 2, 2015

4in7, An Unction from The Holy One

Beyond thrilled for my poems "Tinder is a Hatchet Job," "After Music," etc., to be included in Russell Helm's 4ink7, An Unction from The Holy One--a stunning hardcover made with tremendous care, in such bewildering company!

*Here's a link to the book. 

Silver Lake 10.1.2015

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Horse Less Press/ Pledge Drive chap

Grateful to horse less press forever!! Their wild work echoes through our community and makes more. It's an honor to be included in the Pledge Drive chap alongside horse less kin who tell the truth (find it) slanted and enchanted: Stephanie Anderson, Dan Brady, Jenny Drai, Richard Froude, Lauren Gordon, Anne Cecelia Holmes, Erica Howsare, Siel Ju, Mark Lamoureux, Tony Mancus, Daniela Olszewska, Susan Scarlet, and Annie Won.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Linda Russo's "Of the relational local: A resurgence of ecopoetics post-conference 'plenary'" in Jacket2

"Drawing attention to the relational local (with bodies, culture, community, landscape, and ecosystem as site), not content with describing the shapes and ways and effects of settler-dominant knowledges and environments, attending affectively, through inquiry, to what may be otherwise overlooked, developing new forms of attention – in these ways, contemporary poets intervene."
Thankful to be included in Linda Russo's "Of the relational local: A resurgence of ecopoetics post-conference 'plenary'" conversation at Jacket2 alongside Matthew Cooperman, Adam Dickinson, Megan Kaminski, Brenda Sieczkowski, Anna Lena Phillips Bell, Sarah de Leeuw, Michelle Detorie, Heidi Lynn Staples, and Rita Wong.