On Hill William, my favorite albums of 2013, and a show I’m producing this Saturday, October 26.
I have finally met a city that has managed to thwart my ability to thrive without driving: Morgantown. The public transportation is worse than Orlando’s and the roads are more treacherous (though Morgantown has a bicycle friendly city designation somehow). I foolishly walked to work from my motel Monday to the site I am working […]
On Mistaken For Strangers, Breaking Bad, Safety Third’s newest upcoming chapbook, and some new work from me.
On short artistic attention spans, gun control, and a slam poem from 2007.
On watching Spring Breakers and No and running a poetry slam for the first time in over two years.
I was in a taproom in Seminole County that brews its own beer five days after the George Zimmerman verdict and I was there to people watch. During that time, I heard talk of the president wanting to take away their guns, about the armories in their houses, their cars, how we elected a black […]
On how critics get it wrong sometimes, and the latest about The Bones of Us Kickstarter.
I’m in St. Louis again on business until next Friday. I don’t have any readings planned. I’m working on something new, something I won’t discuss in detail until it is done and it has a home somewhere. I’m figuring out that I really enjoy the prose poem format, the blur between narrative and poetry. I’ve […]
I can finally share this. My second collection of poetry, The Bones of Us, will be a graphic poetry collection published by YesYes Books in early 2014, with the immensely talented Adam Scott Mazer proving the illustrations (see above for example). A Kickstarter will come soon to help expand the print run, among other things. All of […]