Recently I had the wonderful opportunity to record myself reading a poem for the Austin Public Library’s National Poetry Month project.
I’ll also be readings in their Aural Literature series on Wednesday, June 28th at Terrazas Branch Library in Austin, Texas.
It was an honor to have my poem “At Least for a Little While” appear in the San Antonio Express News on New Year’s day.
I was lucky enough to do a reading recently at Dozen Street in Austin, Texas, hosted by Chicon Street Poets. Before the reading, I sat down for a video interview with Joe Brundidge, who asked me about my common themes, writing practices, and much more. Click her to watch the interview, and thank you for your interest!
I am lucky enough to have three poems included in issue 2.3 of The Grief Diaries, a magazine of art and writing about loss. You can click here to read my poems and here to go to their home page. I suggest following this wonderful organization on Facebook or Twitter (@thegriefdiaries), where they share various articles and essays relating to grief.
My poem “Anthropomorphizing the Orchid” has been published today in Sweet: A Literary Confection. I’m a follower of Sweet myself; I love their interactive design and really enjoy the work they publish, so I’m ecstatic that they chose my poem.
Today my poem “If There is Anything” was released as the poem of the week in the Missouri Review Online!