Friend and collaborator Justine Chan has a fantastic interview in The International Examiner. Check it out here.
A collection of Hand to Mouth Books releases, which includes my Of Spray and Mist from years ago, has been reviewed by Steve Potter. The very short overview of these five titles is worth the read, even if it only offers a few glimpses into much denser experience.
A while back I had the pleasure of interviewing friend and former collaborator Sarah Heady regarding her latest […]
I have three poems in Kyld Watkins’s latest super-limited-release feathers, which is the first part in the TimeBarn Produce series.
I am happy to announce that another re drum poem, “ARREST,” is now live thanks to The Writing Disorder.
Since last August, I have had the pleasure of writing alongside (and publishing alongside) the re drum group Alex Bleecker, Jeremy Springsteed, and Willie James, as well as good friend Justine Chan. Our efforts on exploring the cadralore form have yielded some output, now available to view in Another New Calligraphy.
I am very pleased to announce my reading of Haibun de la Serna, the latest release from Paul E. Nelson and an incredible addition to his canon (one that, it is astounding to say, has been over a decade in the making).
A post on the current state of poetry in Myanmar has been published in Poetry NW. This follows […]
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 […]
I’m excited to relay that my friend Maung Day’s short prose poems have found a home at the […]
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.
New Release: Like salt. Like a spine.