Poems from the Archive: Cambodia Bladed

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.

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New Poem: Smoldering Potato

Smoldering Potato. Originally written in Kirkland, Washington. Originally performed in Redmond, Washington. Dedicated after the fact to Raanan David.

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Four Drafts of Process

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.

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New Chapbook: Inumbration

After some time of debating whether or not I wanted this publication to be print-only, I’ve decided to release an e-version of it. Because why? Because it’s the 21st century, and this publication and collection is as much about the digital developments of place as it is about the physical.

E-Chapbook: The Chocolate Death Carols and Other Poems

A newish chapbook from me to you: The Chocolate Death Carols and Other Poems Late last year I released my latest chapbook of poetry, entitled The Chocolate Death Carols and Other Poems. The book includes a bunch of poetry I wrote during a gig working at a local chocolate company in Seattle. You can read the… Continue reading E-Chapbook: The Chocolate Death Carols and Other Poems