Update: Deadline Extended until March 29, 2020.
Given my ongoing interest in megatexts and other emerging hybrid and transmedia forms, I am organizing a panel on emergent literary forms of the twenty-first-century for the 2021 Modern Language Association Convention in Toronto, Ontario. Please consider submitting an abstract to festb[at]hartwick[dot]edu.
“2019.04,” the first published poem from the second volume of my ongoing sonnet sequence (vol. 1: 1 2013-2017; vol. 2: 2018-?), is in issue 17 of Rabid Oak.
“2016.16,” “2016.17,” “2016.18,” “2016.21,” “2016.22” and “2016.26,” more sonnets from my ongoing sequence, are in the new issue of Mannequin Haus. Thanks so much to Fin Sorrel for bringing them into the world–I’m particularly happy to finally see these particular poems from the sonnet project in print(/online). They’ve been a long time coming and seem nicely timely in their untimeliness.
Also, listen to a few of these poems here.
“2016.05” and “2016.08,” poems from my ongoing sonnet sequence, are in the tenth-anniversary issue of the Sugar House Review.
I will again be reading some poems on New Year’s Eve this year with a bunch of other great poets from all around the Catskills. In Oneonta, New York on the Main Stage of the Foothills Performing Arts Center at 5 pm on December 31, 2019, Eva Davidson, Kirby Olson, Bertha Rogers, Julia Suarez Hayes, Jo Mish, and myself will be reading as part of Oneonta’s First Night New Year’s Eve Celebration.
For more information contact email@example.com or Julia Suarez Hayes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’ve moved select syllabi from the blog to my Academia.edu account. So if you’re looking for an old syllabus and can’t find it, look there or get in touch with me.
Well, it looks like my second poetry collection, The Shape of Things (Salò, 2017), has sold out. Interested readers, however, can now access a copy on Academia.edu. So check out The Shape of Things (for the first time).