This Friday there will be a poetry reading in Phinney Ridge at the gallery known as Le Merde.
Approximately one year ago, I started publishing Cambodia Bladed on Queen Mob’s Tea House. The serial work of prose poems and black and white photography remains, even today, one of my favorite works.
I am very excited to be involved with this upcoming poetry event that is themed around and in respect for homeless veterans.
The following poems I wrote for my two close South Seattle friends, who both share the same birth year.
The following is a poem I have written in preparation for and in spirit of the Summer Solstice.
For Tanya Holtland, Emiliana Chavez, and Barnabus Gillmon
Today is the day I release a new chapbook of poetry.
Ogopogo is a cross-disciplinary performance series.
The following texts were created for four readings in Olympia, Portland, and Oakland. Each long piece was written in single sittings, semi-spontaneously, at a computer in a library in Kirkland, Washington. The pieces were only slightly edited after the fact, with the main intention behind them being a Spicer-esque channeling of energy, spirit, and emotion.
My stepfather, a figure who has been in my life for many years, passed away several nights ago.