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On Lea Feinstein’s PAGES, in The Curator

Really delighted to have another art piece in The Curator: “Lea Feinstein’s PAGES,” about the extraordinary text-based works Lea Feinstein has been making. It was a great joy to go to her studio one afternoon this past February to watch … Continue reading

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“From the Lost Notebook: 11 & 13” in Tupelo Quarterly

In issue #27 of Tupelo Quarterly, two more “From the Lost Notebook” poems: “From the Lost Notebook 11 (Central Old French” and “From the Lost Notebook 13 (seeing at nanoscale).” This striking cover image of a raven perched at the … Continue reading

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Thousand-Year-Old-Words

My chapbook Thousand-Year-Old Words is out now from Glass Lyre Press. You can order it from their website, from Bookshop.org, or obtain a signed copy by sending me a message using the Contact link above.

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“To Feel Something That Was Not Of Our World” in The Curator

An essay about Nina Katchadourian’s extraordinary exhibition To Feel Something That Was Not Of Our World.

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“The Partitive Case” in DMQ Review

This amazing image by Margeaux Walter accompanies “The Partitive Case” in the prose poem issue of DMQ Review.

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“Prothalamion in a Pandemic” and “Antenna” in Electric Literature’s The Commuter

One poem about a (twice-)postponed wedding, and one about–well, longing, and loss, and the strange fascination of a telescoping antenna like the one on a boombox or kitchen radio: “Prothalamion in a Pandemic” and “Antenna.”

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“On Mentors” in Amsterdam Quarterly

A role, not a permanent appointment. New short essay, “On Mentors,” in Amsterdam Quarterly 31.

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“Shore Elements” in The Cortland Review

After many years of living in California, I finally wrote a poem about the beach, and am very happy to have it appear (with audio) in issue 87 of The Cortland Review. (I remember when, years and years ago, TCR … Continue reading

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“The Word ‘I'” in the Inflectionist Review

Another “thousand-year-old word poem,” in the Inflectionist Review: “The Word ‘I’”. The image is a detail the cover image by featured artist Poppy Dully.

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“Notes on Perimenopause” in the Journal of the American Medical Association

A poem about something that we don’t talk about publicly very much. “Notes on Perimenopause” (December 8, 2020)

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