The first of my new Tinyletter newsletter essays about all things books, libraries and reading has gone out today. If you haven’t yet subscribed, you can view the archive and sign up here to receive a monthly essay from me. I hope you’ll join me on my adventures in reading.
I’m delighted to have two poems in the first Modern Queer Poets anthology by Pilot Press, edited by Richard Porter. The poems are “the reading” (a take on my recurrent themes in my manuscript, holon) and “I’m a riddle and you’re working me out”, which is older. I’m so glad it has finally found aContinue reading “Two poems: Modern Queer Poets I”
I have poems on the White Review website this month, including one with my writing partner Cat Woodward. Find them here. Read more about my collaboration with Cat here and here.
I’ve recently finished the poems for my first collection, holon. And while I edit the collection, and find suitable afterlives for those poems, I’m also starting to think about a new project: for now, until it coalesces, I call it ‘that listening space’. I will use listening as both theme and methodology, and in aContinue reading “That listening place”