I’m delighted and grateful that the editors of Verse Daily chose “Against Elegy” (which appears in my new book The Fawn Abyss) as today’s featured poem on their site.
My brief reviews of Mark Cox’s Sorrow Bread: Poems 1984-2015 and Bill Knott’s I Am Flying Into Myself: Selected Poems 1960-2014 appear in the new August issue… Read more “Reviews of Mark Cox & Bill Knott”
My poem “Cartoon Network Airs Nine Commercials Straight” appears in the latest print issue (Vol. 28) of Sierra Nevada Review.
My review of Patricia Smith’s Incendiary Art appears in the new July issue of Plume.
I have two new poems in the latest issue of Diode (Vol. 10, Issue 2) and my sonnet “Captive Raptor” appears in the new issue of Santa Ana River Review (Vol. 2,… Read more “New Poems in Diode & Santa Ana River Review”
My review of Robert Gibb’s After appears in the new June issue of Plume.
I’m excited and honored to share the news that my third poetry collection, Catafalque, has won the 2017 Richard Wilbur Award and will be published by the… Read more “Catafalque Wins 2017 Richard Wilbur Award!”
I briefly review four recent chapbooks in the new May issue of Plume: Tommye Blount’s What Are We Not For, Jennifer Givhan’s Lifeline, Sarah Pape’s Ruination Atlas, and Shelly Wong’s Rare Birds.
My poem “Clearance Tie” appears in the new issue of Radar Poetry (Issue 14) alongside “Noise in the System,” a painting by my longtime collaborator Madara Mason.
My essay on The Who’s debut album My Generation–which reflects on the band’s legacy and my adolescent obsession with them–published at The RS 500 today.