In which I talk to Conor Scruton in the latest issue of Red Paint Hill about Bigfoot and form and being like William Blake.
WOMAN 1: They couldn’t have dreamt
of such riches for us:
in aisle seventeen,
tonics to cure cholera,
syphilis, gout, melancholy.
For the full poem, click here.
Last night I interviewed writer Colin Channer about his debut book of poems, Providential. It’s a terrific collection. You should check it out.
I recently had the pleasure of talking with Melissa Adamo at English Kills Review about Bigfoot for Women. And I got to discuss Sirs and Madams with Joanna C. Valente over at Rhizomatic Ideas/Zoetic Press.
In June I served as a Peter Taylor Fellow in poetry at the Kenyon Review Writers Workshop.
It’s been a good summer, people.
Lively, lovely review by Jeff Boyle today in The Hairsplitter.
You can read our Apologia Duet here.
Also I’ll be signing Bigfoot for Women at Table 1826 (Orange Monkey Publishing) on Thursday from 11am to 12pm and Saturday 1 to 2pm. Stop by if you’re there.
They are different things, good reviews and good babies, but I love them both. Today was an excellent day.
“Latching On” is up in the new issue of the Great American Literary Magazine.