My haiku inspired by James Joyce's The Dead will be published in a future issue of Flock as part of their new "Haiku Book Review" series.
The beautiful companion coffeetable book for the Women Speak ekphrastic exhibit is now available for purchase at artist Nancy Smith's website. It's a large, glossy, full color paperback featuring Nancy Smith's spectacular paintings paired with poetry and prose by various female writers, including myself. My poem, "Night Garden," is on page 23.
Artist Nancy Smith was kind enough to share the following photos and video from the opening reception for the Women Speak exhibit at the FRANK Gallery last month. My poem, "Night Garden," was displayed beside one of Nancy's beautiful paintings on a wall close to the pictured harp. Another video of the poetry reading will... Continue Reading →
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 →
I just learned my chapbook, danse macabre, made the finalist long list in the Glass Poetry Chapbook Series this year. Glass is a dream publisher of mine, so it's exciting to have made their finals. Congrats to the poets in the final round!