A post on the current state of poetry in Myanmar has been published in Poetry NW. This follows […]
I’m excited to have received a copy of the latest Rain Taxi in my mailbox this weekend. The […]
A very large group of poets across Myanmar have collected their voices in a single video embedded below. […]
All the Useless Things Are Mine, featuring poetry by Thomas Walton and etchings/drawings by Douglas Miller, is an […]
Three issues of pandemic poetry are now online via North of Oxford. I have three poems in the […]
Two of my latest reviews are now in the print edition of Rain Taxi, now available for purchase. […]
I’m excited to relay that my friend Maung Day’s short prose poems have found a home at the […]
On January 31, 2020, Sherwin Bitsui with Elee Kraljii Gardiner read at the Richard Hugo House and I […]
From the January 17, 2020 event at Seattle Town Hall: A Scribe Called Quess?: Dismantling the Colonial Legacy. […]
The 2020 MLA Offsite Reading, which featured mostly poetry, occurred at Town Hall Seattle yesterday. There were many […]
Now up to be read etc on North of Oxford, a review of Klassnik’s new collection, A SLOW BOILING BEACH.
Cambodian poet Chheangly Yeng has begun collaborating with other writers and producing video poetry on his YouTube page.
A new album of ambient, highly-poetic music is now out by the French multidisciplinary artist Sandra Moussempes.
A recording of the poet and musician, performing at the Richard Hugo House in Seattle on 9/22/19.
New Release: Like salt. Like a spine.