Saturday, March 03, 2018

Sylvia Plath Anthology

Another great review of Like a Fat Gold Watch: Meditations on Sylvia Plath -- An anthology of work inspired by Sylvia Plath’s work and life. This collection gathers artists and writers who responded to Plath’s vital creativity with poems, essays, fiction and mixed media work — award winning writers and artists from around the globe with an incredible variety of backgrounds and expertise. New edition available here:

Monday, July 17, 2017

Draft, 7/17/17

Your Mother, Hiding Behind Her Hand shining like a fawn at the subway stop your palm right here/on my neck inside you white irises in a plastic vase talk softly the numbers shift/flow like the poison burning cursive on my calves lucky charms and milk spill from the gold of your teeth

Sunday, July 02, 2017

So the 30/30 challenge is over, but I might be posting drafts of poems here, and then taking them down when I want to submit them for publication. So I have a lot of visitors from Russia, China and the Netherlands! Please introduce yourself in the comments and tell me how you got to this blog. Can you read English? Is it totally random? Let me know. Here's a new collage to entertain you.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

New Poems

Hey friends, If you're interested in my poetry, head on over Tupelo's 30/30, where I'll be putting up 1 new poem a day for the whole month of June. In short, stuffed animals, matricide, disturbed graves. Strangers are actually donating! but you don't have to give a large amount. A buck or two is good. Or just comment on the poems! And if you like my piece (or cats) consider donating here: Any amount helps!