It’s essentially winter here in Spokane, and the reviews keep coming down the line.
I am excited to announce a new project: Carbonation Press, a publisher of small batches of smaller (but not small) books, usually around 75-125 pages in length.
My latest review at North of Oxford is a double: two titles by poets in Spokane.
I had the privilege to be the primary “audio visual recording specialist” for the latest Cascadia Poetry Festival. What an amazing experience. Out of all the readings, the after party proved one of the most intense, most exciting, most enthralling. Pictures and recordings here.
My review of poet Eric M. Acosta’s new book, Motion Flesh, is now up at North of Oxford. […]
I’ve once again revisited Rosselli’s work, the experimental classic The Dragonfly (from Entre Rios Books), translated by Seattle-based Deborah Woodard and Roberta Antognini.
I had the honor of presenting my poetry on Thin Air Community Radio at the Spokane Public Library this morning.
The following post includes links to three Altar / Alter programs from back in June.
This lovely performance with Eric Acosta, Jeanne Heuving, Susan Schultz, and Norman Fischer is now uploaded and available.
Friend and collaborator Justine Chan has a fantastic interview in The International Examiner. Check it out here.
My review of the Lettrist masterpiece by Gabriel Pomerand is now up at North of Oxford.
Excited to let loose the audio recording for Eric Acosta’s Motion Flesh book release party.
Many thanks to Seattle photographer Jesse Frome for these wonderful pictures of the Grain Reflex features.
Written with ChatGPT. Written for the Grain Reflex event.
Written with ChatGPT. Written for the 50th Anniversary of Seattle’s P-Patch Program.