I’m delighted that my poem “A Kindergartner’s Concise History of the United States” appears in the latest print issue of Copper Nickel (Spring 2017, #24).
I’m delighted that my second poetry collection, The Fawn Abyss, will debut at this year’s AWP conference in Washington, D.C. from February 8th – 11th. The book will be available at the Salmon Poetry booth (#509) throughout the conference, where I’ll have a book signing from 2:30-4:00 p.m. on Friday, February 10th. I’ll also be reading from it at the Salmon Poetry reception later that evening (the details of which you can find here). The Fawn Abyss is currently available for pre-order on Amazon and will be available on the publisher’s website soon.
Though it wasn’t ultimately selected, I’m honored that Catafalque, my third book manuscript, just earned a distinguished mention from Tupelo Press in last summer’s open reading period.
My poem “Seamus Heaney in Community College Summer School” appears in the latest installment of Rappahannock Review (issue 4.1, Fall 2016).
I briefly review five recent poetry titles in the new December issue of Plume, just in time for the holiday gift-giving season: Hera Lindsay Bird’s Hera Lindsay Bird, Michelle Bitting’s The Couple Who Fell to Earth, Bruce Bond’s Black Anthem, Aracelis Girmay’s The Black Maria, and Connie Wanek’s Rival Gardens.