Sunday, August 28 at 1 PM Central, 11 Pacific: Reading for Glass Lyre Press. Zoom link here.
August 8-12, 2022: I will be teaching an adult poetry workshop at Write On, Door County, in Wisconsin. More information here.
Friday, April 29, 2022 at 7 PM Central (5 PM Pacific): RHINO Reads, with Paul Tran and Teresa Dziegelwicz. Register here for the Zoom.
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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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“A Sense of Location and an Act of Leave-Taking: Remembering Eavan Boland” in Poetry Northwest
A Sense of Location and an Act of Leave-Taking I also have two poems in the Summer/Fall issue of Poetry Northwest, “In the Botanical Garden” and “Love” (which is another thousand-year-old word poem).
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“On Merrion Street” in the Los Angeles Review
I drafted this poem a few days after meeting up with Eavan Boland for a happy lunch and walk in Dublin between Christmas and New Year’s 2018, and revised it over the next year or so. It felt elegiac then. … Continue reading
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A poem about staying “safer at home” during the pandemic: “Shelter” in ROOM: A Sketchbook for Analytic Action.
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The Arkansas International, #8
The Spring 2020 issue of the Arkansas International will be online for a month. It includes some beautiful work, including translations of Iranian poet Garous Abdolmalekian by Ahmad Nadalizadeh and Idra Novey from the forthcoming collection Lean Against This Late Hour (Penguin … Continue reading
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“Bee 1” in the SF Chronicle “State Lines” column
Poet David Roderick’s lucid words about my poem “Bee 1” make it a particular delight to have a poem in Sunday’s newspaper.
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A Newborn Girl at Passover
When Yael, the daughter of my friends Lisa and Aaron, was born, I wrote this poem for her. She celebrates her twentieth birthday at the end of Passover this year. “A Newborn Girl at Passover” at the Academy of American Poets To … Continue reading
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Interview with Matthew Henerson
Matt is working on a film project with a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), so I have Agreed to Not Disclose anything about it here. But later on he’s planning to go down to San Diego to play Fluellen and the Archbishop … Continue reading
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Envy & Kindness
“Envy and Kindness” is the title of tonight’s USC MPW student-faculty reading. This series, curated by Niree Perian, lands at LACMA’s Brown Auditorium tonight at 7:30 PM. Reading will be faculty member Judith Freeman and students Richard Mathiasen, Leonard Pung, … Continue reading
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