A heartening 5-star review for Under Sleep's New Moon on Amazon. Yay!
Check out this NEW POEM in the first issue of the recently resurrected New York Quarterly: "On the River's Slate.
NEW FICTION: I haven't published fiction in a while, so I'm happy to point to a new short story in a beautiful online journal, Open: Journal of Arts and Letters. The editors do a great job of curating the artwork displayed with every text on the site.
NEW POEM: I feel honored to have a poem in the latest, — 17th anniversary issue of Pedestal Magazine. In good company, too, with many poets I admire: Kelli Russell Agodon, Joan Colby, John Bradley,Andrea Hollander, Jared Smith and more. Check it out!
A NEW GOODREADS REVIEW: With care and insight, Scots poet and fiction writer Jim Murdoch reviews The World As Is.
PEDESTAL MAGAZINE REVIEW: Good "ink" on The World As Is has just appeared at Pedestal Magazine in the form of this review by Richard Allen Taylor. "A worthy sampler of a distinguished poetic career," he concludes, which I have to admit is what I was aiming for.
PBS NEWSHOUR POETRY: A nicely written interview by Mary Jo Brooks, along with one of my more topical poems and a recording of me reading it, is now up at the PBS NewsHour Poetry website. You'll love the title of the piece! Trust me.
THE PERPETUAL BIRD (Blog)
Don’t Miss Mark Irwin & Kate Partridge May 23rd @ BookBar
May 17, 2022
Poetry Reading @ 6:30 pm on Tuesday, May 17th, at R Gallery + Art Bar in Boulder
May 7, 2022
Now and Then, by Murray Moulding (a 199-word review)
May 5, 2022
A Backward Glance O’er National Poetry Month
May 2, 2022
The April Edition of Bristlecone Is Available Now
April 30, 2022
A Man with a Slant Rhyme: Contemplating Ted Kooser
April 28, 2022
Reminder: Swanson, Gilbert, and Ybanez Tonight at BookBar
April 25, 2022
Juliana Aragón Fatula
C. M. Mayo
Patrons of Literature
Bristlecone: A Mountain West Magazine
Colorado Poets Center
Colorado Center for the Book
Tattered Cover Book Store
Harmony Hill Yoga
Sabina Espinet Artworks