Are parties a genre? I have been throwing DIY, micro-granting moveable feasts since 2017. This was the first one since COVID, and Rocky Mountain PBS showed up to film, a gift.
"So We Can Say Goodbye," a found essay, an epistolary essay, an elegy, an ur-letter, an experiment, is in good company in the winter (print only) edition of Allium.
A new arts+letters print magazine made by an old friend from an old letters+arts print magazine, and I am happy to be in it. Loonbeek, looking pretty! Of Porto, Portugal.
Happy to be in the Winter 2021 issue of The Georgia Review with a new essay, "Is the First Technological Question the Question of Nipples?"
Painted a new mural with "Psyche's New Hairdo," by this poet:
My Stoner's Laundry photo essay is on the radio, over at The Big Something.
"Nocturne" is now bolted to a wall courtesy of Ridgway's Alley Poetry Project, in the pretty Uncompahgre Valley. Thanks!
Thanos Gogos translated "[The Chapter of the Rending in Sunder]" into Greek for Thraka. Thank you so very much!
I'm co-curating Mountain Fold Book's inaugural reading series. The other night a number of young deaf poets performed work in ASL, without English translation. As Marina Eckler said, it was "absolutely radiant." Read our event schedule here:
I'm pleased as punch to be a part of this. You're looking good, Mountain Fold Books.
I'm humbled and honored to be included here. I've found so many poems I love on this site.
"Dear Joshua" is up at Wag's Revue. "A lot of talk's / plain scarred song."
I will always love you, Stoner's Laundry. Thanks, Hairpin.
Some notes on motherhood and writing:
Here's my letter to the editors of Thermos about putting together Hey Folly.
I've got writing up every day this week on the log for Thermos Magazine. Thank you, Thermos!
An excerpt from points 121-22 made their way over to "The Short Form," a most beautifully designed site. Look at that type!
In Defense of the Dumb Phone, part the second, in which I try to call your bot:
In Defense of the Dumb Phone, part the first.