I’ll be reading my poem “My Dead Therapist” at the Annual Poetry Walk presented by the Emily Dickinson Museum on Saturday, May 15, 11:30am ET. Make sure to register for this free virtual program in advance! The walk is a yearly celebration on the day of Emily’s death, and this year will be the 135th anniversary. The event is also part of Mass Poetry’s 2021 Massachusetts Poetry Festival—you’ll hear Emily’s works, as well as some contemporary poets along the way. Reserve your spot here and enjoy a virtual trip through Amherst!
“What a time spent trying now” is a 2020 Pushcart Prize nominee. Please check it out here from Brain Mill Press.
If you’re interested in a compilation of poems from so many brains walking their own paths through a pandemic—please check out Art in the Time of Covid-19 from San Fedele Press. I’m honored to be one voice among an incredibly moving and timely collection by global writers. Link here.
Please check out Poetry Nights with FEELS ZINE and Artery. The space they create is unbelievable and so very needed during these times; all proceeds to antiracist organizations. Come for The Soul on Sunday, the 14th. I’ll see you there.
My poem “The New Mortality” has been selected to appear in the Art in the Time of Covid special edition by San Fedele Press, as well as within an ebook edition of The American Writers Review. I’ll post the links here once they are issued.
Proud to be one of the 2020 Brain Mill Press National Poetry Month Contest Editors’ Pick poets. BMP selected one of my Emily Dickinson-inspired poems called “What a time spent trying now”—it uses a line pulled from Dickinson’s poem “A loss of something ever felt I—” (FR1072, J959). Look for it now at http://www.bmpvoices.com/
You can find “This is My Memory,” in the 2021 Texas Poetry Calendar by Kallisto Gaia Press. Order yours here or grab your copy of this iconic calendar at a local bookstore in Austin.
Current or upcoming, please find my poetry here:
American Writers Review
2021 Texas Poetry Calendar from Kallisto Gaia Press
Twist in Time
The Magnolia Review