Editor Kristin George Bagdanov has a beautiful blog post about the latest issue of Ruminate and its theme of exposure. I’m delighted to have my poem, “The Convert’s Heart is Good to Eat” featured in this lovely journal. Click here to find the issue.
I’ll be reading poems with some Kundiman fellows at The Dial bookshop in downtown Chicago on Thursday, November 8 at 7:00PM.
I’m delighted to have a poem featured on the podcast Who Raised You? Created and hosted by (my friend and former colleague at SWIC) Treasure Shields Redmond and Karen Jia Lian Yang, Who Raised You is a St. Louis podcast that explores poetry, race, culture, identity–all over a kitchen table conversation. I’m so pleased toContinue reading “Who Raised You?”
Mission Creek Festival 2018 was unforgettable. On Friday, April 6, I sat on a round table panel with Cathy Linh Che and Helene Achanzar to talk about our experiences as Kundiman fellows. The Iowa Writer’s Workshop MFA students were the most thoughtful and welcoming group. * On Saturday, I read with these writers at PrairieContinue reading “Mission Creek Recap”
I’ll be reading with Kundiman fellows Helene Achanzar and Cathy Linh Che at the Mission Creek Festival in Iowa City, IA. April 3-8, 2018.