Inspired by Goya and our politics of self-destruction, my long poem “The Devouring” published in At Length today. I’m particularly grateful to At Length’s editor Jonathan Farmer, who has given a home to the three longest poems I’ve ever written.
Though it wasn’t ultimately chosen for publication, I’m honored that Catafalque, my third book manuscript, was named a finalist in the Diode Editions Book Contest this fall.
I’m grateful to have two new poems in the latest installment of Queen of Cups (#22) as well as a sonnet in the new issue of Dialogist (Vol. III, Issue IV).
My review of Lucia Perillo’s Time Will Clean the Carcass Bones: Selected and New Poems appears in the new October issue of Plume.
I’m delighted that my poem “Footage From the Hide” appears in the latest print issue of Oxford Poetry (16.2, Summer 2016).
Though it wasn’t ultimately selected, I’m honored that Catafalque, my third book manuscript, was named a semi-finalist for The Word Works’ Tenth Gate Prize. Congrats to winner Roger Sedarat and all of the other finalists and semi-finalists.