Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Contributor Spotlight at the Hayden's Ferry Review Blog

This is my response requested of me by Hayden's Ferry Review for Small Press Month: what was my experience with working with a small press as publisher of my first book, The Imagined Field?

Review of Sh*t My Dad Says!

My review of Justin Halpern's Sh*t My Dad Says is in print in the new LEO Weekly out of Louisville, KY, and also at their website. A funny, funny book. If you haven't heard by now, you can check out its origins as a Twitter feed as well as the Facebook page and website.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Poem in the New York Quarterly

A poem from my book, The Imagined Field, appears in Issue 66 of the New York Quarterly, out now and featuring many stellar poets. "The Genius of Birds" is the poem, from the longer sequence titled "White River Junction." More poems will appear online this summer in Front Porch Journal, Unsaid Magazine, and Zoland Poetry.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

The Undissolved Ghost: a poem/film

Using archival footage of New York in the 1940's I assembled this film of another poem from The Imagined Field.

This grief: a poem/film

The film (San Francisco) on this piece was done by Stephanie Tanioka, with the overdub done at my home (Louisville). This is a poem from The Imagined Field.

When You Hardly Knew Your Fingers: a poem/film

My first poem-as-film done with iMovie; this is the first poem from my book, The Imagined Field.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

First Review of The Imagined Field

Tom Holmes, editor at Redactions, who published my poem "Sometimes I See My Country" then went on to nominate it for a Pushcart, has also published a review of The Imagined Field at his blog, The Line Break. Thank you to Tom for his support.