New Online: Check out two poems, “Old Pond” and “Below Shakespeare Arch,” in collaboration with photographer Marlayna Demond, published in The Light Ekphrastic Issue 34, May 2018.
“Prayer for Solid Ground” in EcoTheo Review
New in Print: Calling all Adirondack lovers! The journal Blueline has included 4 of my poems in Vol. 39, 2018: “Oral History,””Cairn,” “Grogan Creek Falls,” and “The Eye Goes to School.”
The very fine and relatively new Timberline Review published “The Case for Ferocity” in Issue 6, 2018.
AUDIO POEMS! Two poems from The Brightest Rock, “Fourteen Stories Above a Light Rail Station, Denver” and “Aversions” are published in Summerset Review… in both text AND audio. Click the speaker to the right of the title to hear it in the voice of yours truly.
Saturday, Aug. 12: Poetry in Plain Sight, Live! Forsyth County Public Library, 660 West Fifth St, Winston-Salem, NC
Saturday, Sept. 15: NC Poetry Society fall meeting Weymouth Center For the Arts & Humanities, 555 E Connecticut Ave, Southern Pines, NC
Carrboro Poetry on Your Plate — Carrboro, NC April 23, 2018
Sundry Poets at Quail Ridge Books — Raleigh, NC March 4, 2018
Poetrio Series at Malaprop’s Bookstore — Asheville, NC February 4, 2018
So&So Books reading series — Raleigh, NC November 15, 2017
North Arkansas State College — Harrison, AR November 2, 2017
City Lights Bookstore Coffee with a Poet series — Sylva, NC September 21, 2017
Visions International Reading Series — Garner, NC August 20, 2017
Flyleaf Second Thursday Poetry Reading — Chapel Hill, NC August 10, 2017
West Coast Book Launch — Portland, OR July 23, 2017.
North Carolina Poetry Society series at McIntyre’s Books — Pittsboro, NC, June 25, 2017.
Regulator Bookshop book launch — Durham, NC, May 18, 2017
Kakalak 16 — Charlotte, NC, December 3, 2016
RHINO anniversary reading — Raleigh, NC, October 16, 2016
Kakalak 15 — Charlotte, NC, December 19, 2015
Two Writers Walk Into a Bar series — Durham, NC, February 8, 2015
The Brightest Rock received Honorable Mention from the North Carolina Poetry Society in the 2018 Brockman-Campbell Book Award.
“Pond,” a short story by Slovenian writer Maja Novak, published in Two Lines Fall 2015 and translated with Hana Kovač, received a Pushcart nomination in 2015.
- Poetry in Plain Sight (poster)
- Heron Clan V
- Timberline Review
- Cider Press Review
- EcoTheo Review
- Summerset Review
- Rappahannock Review