+ The stitcher par excellance, Iviva Olenick,
is stitching up some of my poems, starting with "Baker's Dozen," a triolet.
+ The Hasp Tongue
was a finalist for the Vassar Miller Prize in poetry, judged by J.D. McClatchy.
+ "Bouquet of Needles" featured in "Artistic Endeavors: Trice Collective,"
a Storque article about Sawyer Trice's Trice Collective
a curated website that functions as an aggregator of quality art available for online purchase. 92nd Street Y reading
On April 7, at 7 p.m., in room S101 at the 92nd Street Y, I will read with several other poets in the culminating event for a poetry course that I have been taking with Grace Schulman. For the past several months, I have been meeting with Grace one-on-one, as have the other members of the class. We shared at the beginning of the course; this is a talented group. The April 7th reading at the Y will showcase work that we have written or revised thanks to Grace's excellent tutelage. If you're free, it's free. I hope to see you there! Flash Mob Poetry
Since spring is springing up everywhere, I am thinking of organizing some flash mob poetry readings at locations around the city Readers could their own work or the work of other poets. If you're interesting in participating or being informed of when and where the mobs o' poesy will happen, please shoot me an email.