Hello Internet! It's Friday, and good things are afoot. Let's discuss: 1. I have been notified now of three separate nominations for Best of the Net 2011, which is spectacular. My poems nominated are: "Flaws in Human Thinking," from Hobble Creek Review "In the Garden, the Stormtroopers," from Muzzle "The Amazing Human Magpie," from Borderline… Continue reading friday goodness
O hai there Interwebz. Guess what? I have another new poem up for your reading pleasure, this time over with the awesome and hard-working folks at Linebreak! Click here to read my poem "To the Pig in a Bumblebee Costume" I'm really excited about this because Linebreak is a fun journal. Once a week they… Continue reading another new poem!
I went to a reading last night, which was amazing and I will probably write it up later (or this weekend after finals are over), but when I got home last night I found a package from Tuesday; An Art Project waiting for me! This is such a kickass journal and my poem “Rumplestiltskin” was… Continue reading Tuesday on Thursday: new poem!
Dear Laura, I was going to post this in your comments and then I felt like it might be too long for a comment so here is an entry, all for you! Except now it's not as long as I thought but here is a blog entry all for you anyway! I am going to… Continue reading open letter
Last night I finished the latest round of revision to my manuscript. I took out about half the poems from the initial version and replaced them with what I believe to be stronger, more inventive poems. A couple weeks ago, someone told me that I was writing poems that were derivative of another poet. (I… Continue reading self-pep-talk
I took a long, long break from reading feminist blogs. It hurt a lot to read them every day, so much so that there were days I felt like I couldn't get out of bed. The world is just so incredibly broken. But then today I had a frustrating conversation with a coworker about what… Continue reading hey girl.
For the first time in too long, I spent the day in the Pine Barrens. K needed to get some more shots for her photography class portfolio, so we drove down to Batsto Village. After a series of ever-more-complicated (and yet somehow amusing) detours, we finally arrived. And it was lovely. Some pictures:
Oh Amazon. How well you know me. This, in my email today: (for the record, Amazon, I'll be waiting to buy my copies of these books in person.)