Pages 59-62 from Make—a graphic poetic sequence exploring the reality of “the page under the page”—appear in the spring 2022 issue of New Note Poetry, an independent journal. To read the issue follow the link below.
Pages 33-40 from Make—a graphic poetic sequence exploring the reality of “the page under the page”—will soon appear in Posit. To learn more about this independent journal follow the link below.
The just released issue of Raritan contains an essay called “The Writers’ Studio” which depicts the power of art to positively transform an individual existence.
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An excerpt from Make—a graphic poetic sequence exploring the reality of “the page under the page”—has just appeared in Solstice, an independent literary journal. Follow the link below to reach the content.
Chapter 8 of it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines appears in the new issue (vol. 27) of this journal out of Ohio University edited by Laura Post and Melanie Ritzenthaler.
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An interview with me appears in the latest issue of Arts Alive, a publication of the South Dakota Arts Council:
The journal Hole in the Head Review, rooted in Maine, is the second to publish an excerpt from a new work I call Make.
Recently I learned that my essay “Sing Me a Song of 19 University Place,” which originally appeared in The Southern Review, was cited as a Notable Essay (pp. 220) in the Best American Essays 2019 volume, edited by Rebecca Solnit.
The journal AMP, out of Hofstra University, is the first to publish an excerpt from a new work I call Make.
Heeding the wisdom of Adrienne Rich’s comment “The notes for the poem are the only poem,” Make consists of a 70-page graphic poetic sequence that depicts the enigmatic, grinding, flighty, scary, fun, musical and atonal reality of “the page under the page” or the epic of a creative process at work. Its whispers—shouts—crowds of influences. Here the means is the end.
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The manuscript, Meanwhile in the Dronx…, invents a sixth borough of NYC where people driven out of the other five boroughs retreat to resurrect their lives. Including a map and 25 drawings by a Brooklyn-based visual artist Dale Williams—harking back to the 19th Century publishing motif of illustrated socially-conscious literary melodramas—this work locates and adores humans struggling to recreate themselves amid the surreal wreckage of history.
The latest issue of Raritan contains “Field Notes from a Pandemic: Call of the Killdeer.”
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