Tag: Emily Dickinson
brief dispatch: sharing is caring
This week has me busy at the Solstice MFA low-residency program’s virtual winter residency. I’m having a lovely time spending time with this great community. The workshops are virtual, but the vibes are all real, ha. Even shared a shape poem exercise I wrote about here a bit ago. Also shared this week: This cool…
new poems & column!
Just a quick post to announce the release of the latest issue of Apple Valley Review which includes my two poems “Small Talk” and “Waiting!” This issue also includes great work by Amorak Huey and Sandra Kohler among others. Check the issue out here. * I also wrote a bit about how introversion & extraversion…
* skimming with kelli russell agodon
Reading through Kelli Russell Agodon’s collection, Letters from the Emily Dickinson Room, I was moved again and again by the kinship evoked between speaker and the poets addressed throughout the poems, but also between poet and craft, and poet to poet. In this week’s poem, “Yakima Ferry at Sunset,” this idea of kinship is there…