Forecast Thinning sycamores dance in the turbulent gray gossip of thunder. A cathedral sky beckons— the steel rain is not far off.
To celebrating the release of the second edition of Reconnaissance, enjoy this poem about first editions. Click the title to order your own first edition at a… Read more “First Editions”
Perforations acorns spackle a plot of grass, denting the earth with such humble perforations not one is destined to rootand and yet their collective persistence, their uniform,… Read more “Inconceivable”
Celebrate National Poetry Month with the West End Poetry Society, recorded April 15 and featuring Sonya Huber, Amy Nawrocki, Joan Seliger Sidney, Elizabeth Thomas and Faith Vicinanza.… Read more “The Power of Poetry”
My poem, “What I forgot to Ask” was recently selected for the Austin International Poetry Festival Anthology di-verse-city. The poem found its way into the world after I… Read more “Peregrine–Anthologized”
Dodeca Hexahedron with Blood Orange, Amy Nawrocki, Origami paper and rubber cement. The sculpture is sixteen triangular hexahedrons glued together created a twenty-four sided sculpture, inspired by… Read more “Sculpture”
My villanelle “Returns” was selected as a finalist for the 2016 Pangaea Prize from The Poet’s Billow. Click below to check it out, along with the other winners… Read more “2016 Pangaea Prize Finalists”