Tag: John Sibley Williams
new craft feature
Just a quick post to share that I have been featured in Cultural Daily’s column, “Poets on Craft.” In this short bit of prose, I share about my journey with a poem, from start to finish, discussing some of the ethos behind my process and practice. Check out my feature here as well as the…
shoutouts: here and beyond!
This week I’d love to give some shoutouts to some upcoming publications as well as to share some other happenings. Here we go: Shoutout to Quintin Collins whose second poetry collection, Claim Tickets for Stolen People (winner of The Journal Charles B. Wheeler Poetry Prize), is forthcoming from Ohio State University Press’ imprint Mad Creek.…
Just a quick post to share a recent interview up on Grist: a journal of the literary arts! Special thanks to poet friend, John Sibley Williams, for asking such insightful questions and to Grist for helping us find a home for the exchange. Happy gristing! José
* (un)locking with john sibley williams
I was recently asked to participate in an experiment of sorts in promotion of poet John Sibley Williams’ latest collection, Disinheritance (Apprentice House Press). John has asked fellow poets to record readings of their favorite poems from the new collection, all with an eye/ear towards how other poets interpret and perform the work. I found the concept…
* interview & poetry feature at The Inflectionist Review!
Just a quick post to announce that I was selected for the Distinguished Poet feature for the latest issue of The Inflectionist Review! Along with a selection of poems, I also participated in an interview where I discuss my writing process as well as my views on the current state of poetry in America. The Inflectionist…
* new anthology & everything cover art
Oaring – Sam Roderick Roxas-Chua In a shallow bay, my father is slumped inside a black raft, arms flung over each side, fingers flicking the water. I touch the ripple of sunset and I want to be his fingerprints and index his lolled years—carry his melody of back and forth, unlearn the sway of push…