Friday, March 1, 2019



Can writing about trees--about the natural world--be political? It's surprising to me that we're still having this discussion; in short, Yes, it can. Re-posting this collaborative review I wrote with Deborah Poe on the poetry of Elizabeth Savage. And another review on the work of Michael McGriff.

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Goodbye, MacDowell

I'm home now, after an incredible five weeks at the MacDowell Colony. I am so very grateful to have had this time and space to focus on my poetry and to connect with other artists across disciples. Here are some snaps.

Barnard Studio Porch


Barnard Studio


Library

Library Alcove


Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Kestrel, A Journal of Literature and Art

The gorgeous new issue of one of my favorite journals, Kestrel, has just arrived—with work by J.C. Todd, Elizabeth Robinson, and many others. My review of the anthology Eyes Glowing at the Edge of the Woods: Fiction and Poetry from West Virginia is also included.

Thursday, May 31, 2018

"Say It with Flowers" on Poetry Daily

I'm thrilled that my poem, "Say It with Flowers" appeared on Poetry Daily on Memorial Day. Check out the new issue of Columbia Poetry Review where the poem first appeared.

Friday, May 18, 2018

A Review of Evening by Randall Potts

I'm so grateful to Randall Potts for this beautiful review of my chapbook, Evening. Thanks to Colorado Review for publishing the review and to Furniture Press Books where you can purchase the book.

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

New Work in Columbia Poetry Review

Here's the celebratory reading announcement for the new issue of Columbia Poetry Review. I'm pleased as punch to have new work in one of my favorite journals and am grateful to be featured here.

Can writing about trees--about the natural world--be political? It's surprising to me that we're still having this discus...