I googled my book title, as one does on insomnia nights, and was thrilled to discover this sweet review from Philadelphia Stories!
As bittersweet as it is that Crab Orchard Review has released their final print issue, I’m grateful that the literary journal will still be published online. They’ve also made their entire archives available on the internet. Check it out! And look for yours truly in Volume 22, the final print double issue, in Weather Reports: All About the Weather with my poem “Map Making for Ex-Missionaries” (on page 316 no less–coincidence?!?).
Excited to have work included in Ecotone #24, THE CRAFT ISSUE (in which I channel Thor and hit things with hammers).
I had the good fortune to attend three writing conferences this summer, making this one of the most productive times of my writing life.
JUNE: West Chester Poetry Conference
JULY: Sewanee Writers’ Conference
AUGUST: Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference
Pleased to have a poem in the American Poetry Journal as it seeks a new direction.
There’s nothing like cracking open a box of books hot off the press! Let me know if you’d like to order a copy.
Very grateful to be included in the Romanian-English anthology New Work by Philadelphia Poets, edited by Valerie Fox and translated by Daniel Dragomirescu.
An artistic, soft focus take on the Sunday night reading at P&P. You can also view videos of Luke Stromberg and Ernest Hillbert. Thanks to everyone who came out!
An interview straight from the dead letter office, courtesy of Nicole Rollender’s series at Carpe Noctem.