A new review of the Sri Lankan-American poet’s latest collection can be found at North of Oxford.
Now out via North of Oxford, a review of the slimmest of Meister’s poetry from Wave.
Now’s a great time to revisit my reviews of Rodrigo Toscano and Elizabeth Cooperman.
A new review is in the print edition of International Examiner.
Arc Humanities has published Caroline Bergvall’s Medievalist Poetics, an anthology of writings about Bergvall’s writings. Chapter 13 is […]
It’s essentially winter here in Spokane, and the reviews keep coming down the line.
My latest review at North of Oxford is a double: two titles by poets in Spokane.
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.
My review of the Lettrist masterpiece by Gabriel Pomerand is now up at North of Oxford.
A new review of Elizabeth’s latest release is now out.
My latest work published in Exacting Clam is up: a review of Laurie Blauner’s latest poetry book, Come […]
I continue to find joy in investigating and thinking about Sarah Mangold’s writing. Her latest book, a small […]
My new review of poet Barry Wallenstein is up at North of Oxford for his book It’s About […]
I first heard Rodrigo do a reading at AWP in Seattle a couple of months ago. Since then, […]