Showcase of Recent Work
My most recent poems published, Pathing, Sacrifice, and Anger & Teaching, were published in Across the Margin in May. They are some of my more recent works pointing towards my work on bears, and the ecomelancholy I come across therein. These poems can be found here on Across the Margin.
Dragonfly’s Sense, came out in Boston Accent Lit’s 14th issue. I believe in this poem wholeheartedly. It has changed significantly in the most recent attempt at my book, and yet this piece still holds a tender piece of my heart with such a perilous memory and such a tremulous creature inspiring the work. If you’d like to read it, check my poem out on Boston Accent Lit here.
Additionally, I have a poem in Glass Poetry’s Poets Resist series titled Wade Hampton the Third Does Not Lose a Wink of Sleep Until the Day the Bears Come for His Dachshund.
I am a staff reviewer for Glass Poetry Press, and my most recent publication with them was a review of Esther Lin’s A Ghost Wife. Still in Glass: A Journal of Poetry, I have also reviewed authors such as:
- A Review of Kristin George-Bagdanov’s Diurne
- A review of Lorine Niedecker’s collected works.
- Denise Duhamel’s, Smile
- Sonia Greenfield’s, Boy with a Halo at the Farmer’s Market
- Jay Dodd’s edited anthology, A Portrait in Blues
- And from Ater(ix) Journal: Jenn Givhan’s, Lifeline
I’ve also conducted one interview with Ariel Francisco for Five2One: An Arts and Culture Magazine (before I was their managing editor). Find the interview here for Ariel Francisco’s, All My Heroes are Broke.