A poem called “Ruth” will be in an anthology from Boiler House Press (UK, University of East Anglia) later in 2018. So grateful to JT Welsch and Ágnes Lehóczky for the invitation to be part of this—it’s nice to feel a little remnant belonging to the UK poetry (and migrating poetry) world.
“Pastoral vocabulary, interwar” will be in an upcoming print issue of Grist, and “Point of origin” will be in an online issue of the same journal. Thanks to the thoughtful and incisive editors there for their comments on the poems.
I am amazed and grateful to be a recipient of a 2016 National Endowment for the Arts grant in Literature (prose). I applied with excerpts from 1873 and it was hugely validating to receive this grant on their merits. Immense thanks to the jury!!
“Telephone ” and “Century lesson”, both of which use fragments of writing by Ingeborg Bachmann (the former throughout; the latter as an epigraph) will appear in the Winter 2015/16 issue of Beloit Poetry Journal. Thanks to the lovely and patient and kind and very thoughtful editors there.
“Yo por soleá”, “You are not a Russian spy”, and “Telephone ” are in UCity Review. Thank you very much, Andy!