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.
Reality Beach’s sixth issue is live today, with three poems about moss growing in it.
The Southern Review’s Winter 2019 issue is out, and it includes an essay I wrote about the collapse of Malta’s famous Azure Window.
3:AM published three of my moss collages last week on their visual poetry series, Poem Brut.