Happy 60th, Paul E. Nelson!

Following a recent 60th birthday, Paul E. Nelson celebrated with a reading and we engaged in an interview shortly thereafter. Both are available on YouTube.

New Rain Taxi Reviews

Another month, more reviews of poetry. The Fall 2021 print edition of Rain Taxi includes my review of Is This Scary? by Jacob Scheier. The online edition of Rain Taxi just released by review of CURB by Divya Victor. Don’t miss ’em!

New GIFs: Cenotes

I had the supreme joy of exploring a handful of cenotes in Quintana Roo, Mexico, last month. These GIFs are the result of some rough, rough footage pulled from a GoPro that was used both underwater and above, focusing on the textures of the pools’ floors and the stalactite-filled ceilings. Using some crude alteration methods… Continue reading New GIFs: Cenotes

Reviewing the latest by Chath pierSath

My first review of Chath’s work was in Rain Taxi, many years ago. I have since read Chath’s latest book, On Earth Beneath Sky, and that review is now up at Poetry Northwest. Read the full review of this incredible poetry collection here!

View.Point. Recording Now Up

Many thanks to Amy Billharz for recording and editing the View.Point. event at the end of last month. I’ve uploaded it to YouTube and it’s available in HD format. See below:

Saturn Peach Reviewed

My newest review is live and online. I have reviewed Saturn Peach by Lily Wang in Rain Taxi. You can find it here.

Poem: Return to Empty

A palace among the dogwood and it trembles. Beyond the tiger lily an ancient rock. And its chiseled face bare. We are ruptured. We are dislodged. Memories captured, compressed in snow melt. Sun pushing inward, water pushed toward earth. Even on this day. Even in this breath. I can feel this return. I can feel… Continue reading Poem: Return to Empty

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Questions with Rob McLennan

Today I’m very grateful to ongoing collaborator Rob McLennan, who invited me (back in January) to respond to his question prompts, “12 or 20.” I don’t often share much about my creative process apart from a few close friends, and Rob’s questions allowed me to dive in. You can read the questions (and see a… Continue reading Questions with Rob McLennan