My cento “Whose Tongue is the Windâ€™s Tongue?” just appeared in the Electronica issue of Cordite Poetry Review.
Getting the basket ready. Unrolling the balloon. Inflating the balloon. More inflation (now with heat). Franklin area from above. (This was really cool, but I
View from our cabin. Blue heron posing for the paparazzi. We went to the aquarium. Jellyfish. What up. Penguins! We will be going back to
Podcast journal StarShipSofa 208 contains my poem “Settler’s Song” at 1:19:25.
Strange Horizons is having a funding drive. I first ran across Strange Horizons in July 2002, sitting in my brother-in-law’s office in Edmonton, Alberta while
“That’s 400 years on the breasts. Think how boring that would be. At some point. 15 or 20 years in.”
Today was the second half of Vanderbiltâ€™s Saturday University class with Billy Collins, “Under the Hood: The Mechanics of Poetry.” (I wrote about the first
I attended the first half of Vanderbilt’s Saturday University class with Billy Collins, “Under the Hood: The Mechanics of Poetry,” yesterday. He started with the
Riddle Fence just accepted my poem “Getting Wet from Head to Toe” for their November issue! They published “The Hotel” awhile ago, and do a
My poem “Whose Tongue is the Wind’s Tongue?” will be in the December issue—36: Electronic(a)—of Cordite Poetry Review. Cordite pushes the boundaries in ways that
I’ve posted a fundraising appeal for the Seven by Twenty anthology, 140 And Counting over at Kickstarter. Go check it out, and delight in the