Poems About Moss is now officially sold out at Radioactive Cloud. I have a last few contributor copies—if you’d like one, get in touch.
I’ll be in Chicago this Thursday, October 4, 7:30PM, at Tusk, reading with Thirii Myo Kyaw Myint, Matt Pelkey, Jeff Sherfey, and Morgan Eldridge. See more details about the event here.
I’ll also be reading as a part of Buddy lit zine’s bookdrive and reading at Innisfree Poetry Bookstore in Boulder on October 9 at 6PM. The Facebook event is here.
Poems About Moss is available to buy! Radioactive Cloud put together a beautiful chapbook. Every copy is hand-assembled, with silkscreened covers using sketches from Elva Lawton’s Moss Flora of the Pacific Northwest, full of moss poems, moss collages, and a moss essay. Here’s the artifact:
“The Last Remedy,” an essay I wrote about having Crohn’s, is live at Witness. It originally appeared in the Spring 2018 print issue.
Check out CutBank’s revamped shopping page: What They Took Away is newly re-available on it.
I have a new and utterly strange thing in the tremendous third issue of Visible Binary this Sunday night.
I reviewed Mariko Nagai’s Irradiated Cities for the just-out issue of Newfound: it is a powerful and haunting book.