My second contribution to North of Oxford for June is a review of Consecration of the Wolves by Salgado Maranhão, translated from the Portuguese by Alexis Levitin. An incredible, though disturbing work that continues to sit with me weeks after I’ve read it. Find the review here.
My latest contribution in the review world is for two books by Red Hen Press: American Quasar with poems by David Campos and art by Maceo Montoya, and A Camera Obscura by Carl Marcum. You can read about these two unique and timely books here. This is my first review of publications from Red Hen.
My second review of Kim Vodicka’s poetry, after Psychic Privates, concerns her latest book: The Elvis Machine. Read the review at North of Oxford.
These GIF and Video were created using underwater footage at Royal Basin, in the Olympic Mountains, on the Olympic Peninsula.
I have reviewed two anthologies at Yellow Rabbits: My Lot is a Sky: An Anthology of Poems by Asian Women and Call and Response: A Migrant/Local Poetry Anthology.
My essay, “Poets, Dissidents and Librarians” is now available in the latest issue of Alki, the magazine of the Washington Library Association.
I now have a new set of micro-reviews on Rain Taxi for Singapore’s Math Paper Press.
On 4/24/19, poets and artists gathered to read poems at the Myanm/art Gallery’s last event.
Two new reviews in Rain Taxi Winter 2018 edition: Psychic Privates by Kim Vodicka (Tarpaulin Sky Press, 2018) The Sexiest Man Alive by Amber Nelson (Spooky Girlfriend Press, 2018)
The 58th review on Yellow Rabbits.
Brown Bear Car Wash in Shoreline, Washington
Written for performance at the PageBoy Art Party on May 13, 2017.