Big news! My short book/long essay Ghost/Home: A Beginner’s Guide to Being Haunted will be published by Ricochet Editions in the next year.
I’ve admired Ricochet’s books for a long time, and I can’t express how excited I am to be working with them on the project.
I’ve recently been awarded a residency at I-Park Foundation! I’m looking forward to spending the month of November writing in Connecticut. If you’re in the area, an open studio event will take place on November 24, from 2-5pm.
Issue 12.2 of Diode Poetry Journal, out today, includes several of my poems from a new series I’ve been calling “Untils.”
I’m delighted to have a short story, “There’s a Kid Everywhere,” in the new issue of The Florida Review.
This weekend the second post in a portfolio of poets with disabilities, edited by Khadijah Queen and Jillian Weise, went up in The New York Times. I am honored to have a poem in it alongside work from Rigoberto González, John Lee Clark, L. Lamar Wilson, Sandra Beasley, Kay Ulanday Barrett, and Rowland Saifi.
I’ll be teaching two one-day classes at Pioneer Valley Writers’ Workshop in Western Massachusetts this fall: Beyond Nonfiction (Saturday, September 7) and Writing Illness and the Body (Saturday, September 28).
Reality Beach’s sixth issue is live today, with three poems about moss growing in it.