I’m grateful to have a new poem in the latest print issue of Atlanta Review (Vol. XXIV, No. 1, Fall/Winter 2017).
In my final piece as outgoing reviews editor, I briefly review Cameron Barnett’s The Drowning Boy’s Guide to Water and Maggie Smith’s Good Bones in the new December issue of Plume.
My review of Tim Seibles’ One Turn Around the Sun appears in the new November issue of Plume. My poem “Thanksgiving Chorus” appears in this new issue as well.
I’m grateful to have two sonnets in the latest print issue of Big Muddy (Volume 17, Issue 2).
My review of Nancy Chen Long’s Light Into Bodies appears in the new October issue of Plume.
I’m delighted that my poem “An Anglo-Saxon Mother Grieves the Desecration of her Daughter’s Grave” appears in the latest print issue of Oxford Poetry (17.1, Summer 2017), which is dedicated to Emily Dickinson’s famous adage to “tell it slant.” Thanks to the editors for including me yet again.
My poem “A Kindergartner’s Concise History of the United States” is featured at Copper Nickel today, having originally appeared in their most recent print issue (Issue 24, Spring 2017).
My review of William Brewer’s I Know Your Kind appears in the new September issue of Plume.
My poem “Blue Horror” appears in the new September issue of Thrush Poetry Journal.
The Fawn Abyss garnered a positive review in the new August edition of the Washington Independent Review of Books! Reviewer Grace Cavalieri wrote, “There’s a measured authority in every line; and when he talks about the present time there’s a cellular reality, touched with hope, saying what must not be lost.” You can read the full review… Continue reading The Fawn Abyss Reviewed!