is why I don’t know what’s on TV.
For now, I’m just trying to write them and get them out there. I know some people believe poetry and marketing are antithetical, but it’s hard to imagine a farmer who just contemplated his wheat in the barn.
Nevertheless, poetry is not only fun to write, but it’s fun to write about. Look over at my ruminations for thoughts about poetry and other stuff. When I’m done marketing I’ll have more to say about it over there. This page is just for bragging.
Print and online journals
My thanks to the following journals that published poems that appear in my second collection, Hour of the Green Light:
- Barrow Street: “October Prayer,” “Want“
- Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review: “Solve for x” and “While Waiting for the Report”
- Cimarron Review 212: “Delivery,” “Cure for Thought“
- Dime Show Review: “Brief History”
- DMQ Review: “Work”
- DMQ Review Salon: Video reading of “Delivery,” “Happy Hour,” “Want,” and “Work”
- Eunoia Review: “Night Walk” and “To Be”
- Lake Effect: “The Questions”
- Rust + Moth: “Documentary“
- Slush Pile Magazine: “Calendar”
“After Easter” (entitled “Christmas Eve,”) and “Looking Out” first appeared in Another and Another: An Anthology from the Grind Daily Writing Series, edited by Matthew Olzmann and Ross White.
Thanks also to journals for publishing these poems that appear in my first collection, Where Is the River Called Pishon? .
- Albatross, Fall 2012: “Vespers”
- Border Crossing, Fall 2012: “The Salamander’s Oath“
- The Coil: “Along Oatka Creek Road“
- North American Review, 2004: “Valentine“
- Yankee Magazine: “Husks“
Poems have also appeared in