Poetry in Motion

I’m thrilled that Tina Cane, Rhode Island’s poet laureate, invited me to participate in Poetry in Motion. An excerpt from one of my poems is currently featured on RIPTA buses, riding around the state, having its own little conversations. The wonderful Lucy Hitchcock designed it, using a photo by the wonderful Thomas Brendler.

Thanks, all.

Poetry in motion final


Bigfoot is born (and there’s a party to celebrate)

Tomorrow is November 1, the official release date, at which point Bigfoot officially exists. In an early endorsement, one reader writes, “It’s very hard to wrestle this book away from the baby. She senses that it brims with wit, pain, and identity questions, and she is unafraid.”


You can order a copy through Orange Monkey or on Amazon, or you can buy one on November 15 at the Bigfoot for Women book party at Machines with Magnets, featuring readings and Bigfoot mini-lectures by special guests Mary-Kim Arnold, Darcie Dennigan, Avishek Ganguly, Jared Goldstein, and Lucinda Hitchcock. No cover, free parking, cash bar, 8 to 10 pm. I hope to see you there!