I have three poems in Kyld Watkins’s latest super-limited-release feathers, which is the first part in the TimeBarn Produce series.
The following poetry readings are happening over the next two months and are guranteed to break open the earth’s surface.
A brief announcement that there will be an “interactive happening featuring you” at Common AREA Maintenance (CAM) in Belltown, Seattle, on 2/10/23. The event will go from 6pm to 9pm. It will feature Eric Acosta, Amy Hirayama, Keegan O’Rourke, Whitney Bashaw, and myself, and will include interactive soundscapes, music, poetry, projections, and painting! See you there!
My review of Yellow Rain by Mai Der Vang is now online via International Examiner. Previously in print only, this is news!
Believe it or not, I read 112 books in 2022. Many were fantastic, but not all of them. I’ve taken my lists from past years off this site, but I’ve decided to add this list here for old time’s sake.
I have occasionally written for the Washington Library Association’s Alki magazine, which tends to center exciting topics. I have a new article available in the latest issue.
My latest review is live on North of Oxford: Nicole McCarthy’s A Summoning.
My latest book review has appeared in Rain Taxi. It’s for Amy Barone’s Defying Extinction (Broadstone, 2022).
I’ve just gotten back from a retreat at the Whiteley Center on San Juan Island, where I spent a few days roaming around the rainforest and coastline seeking out more field recordings, studying intimacy, and generally finding myself enjoying the natural solitude.
Eric Acosta and friends explore GOOS I through reading and singing, at the Underbelly Reading Series.