Two of my poems, "Lessons in Mining" and "Bonfires," are in the new issue of The New Southern Fugitives. "Lessons in Mining" has an epigraph by WV Mine Wars Museum founder Chuck Keeney and was inspired by an experience at my Appalachian school that I've come to think of as the sylvan version of Stanford's... Continue Reading →
Rob McLennan kindly invited me to share my writing routine (or lack thereof) in his My Small Press Writing Day series after reading my poem "Hunting Ground," at Minola Review. My essay, The Fight to Write, was published today.
Crack the Spine just revealed the cover art for their upcoming "Routine" anthology and I love the coffee-centric design by G. Paul Randall. The anthology, which features my poem "Driftwood," is in its final stages and will be released on Amazon soon.
My poem, "Formative," is featured in the new issue of Southword, the Irish literary journal published by The Munster Literature Centre. The issue also includes a poem by Irish poet and TS Eliot Prize winner Sinéad Morrissey.
The Yellow Chair Press and Nightballetpress Press anthologies that feature my poetry are now available to purchase as perfect bound books: The first book, ...Only wanted one time to see you laughing (Yellow Dog Press), includes my poem, "His Orchestra," and is available for purchase on Amazon. The second book, Delirious (Nightballet Press), includes my... Continue Reading →