Hear and read “what is [-tense]” at Pismire Poetry
Pismire Poetry is one of the most unique poetry journals around, and I am positively thrilled to have work featured there. The manifesto page had me at paragraph one. hear and read: what is [-tense]
Four new [dt] poems accepted at Blue & Yellow Dog;...
Raymond Farr was kind enough to let me know that 4 of my poems are forthcoming on Blue & Yellow Dog. Not only is B&YD one of my favorite journals in terms of content, it also just happens to have one of the coolest names in the poetryjournalsphere. Bonus.
New [dt] poem included in the November issue of...
Give this turkey a whirl! see: Four and Twenty or: Go straight to the PDF.
[dt] convinces Whale Sound — and is beaten at his...
A simple poetry submission turned into a very rewarding exchange of ideas between poet/editor Nic Sebastian and myself. Nic was very keen to see the value in sharing the result on her blog, Very Like a Whale. Please take the time to check it out if you get the chance. Nic has included my original text along with interpretive readings by each of us. Listening to Nic read anything at all is a...
New [dt] poem posted over at Clutching at...
Helios, Selene, and Doris Day « Clutching at Straws New [dt] poem posted over at Clutching at Straws. Shawn Misener runs a tight ship….which is powered by the blood of clowns and sounds of harmonicas. Okay, I made that last part up.
"Old-school renaissance man?"
Paddy Fineran has kindly seen fit to include some of my comments in his latest article over at Scene 242. “Old-school renaissance man?” It certainly has a ring to it. Check it: http://ow.ly/37T0e