From June 20-24 I’m teaching a seasonal observation/observational practice workshop through Maine Media College + Workshops. (It’s in-person, with mask and vaccination requirements.) This will be a week of walking, looking, annotating, drawing, mark-making, color-tracking, land-listening, weather-watching, and plant-noticing as the days shift toward midsummer. We will make commonplace books, write, share readings, look at the sky and the ground, observe early morning quiet. This workshop will cultivate a warm, open, and supportive space so that you can freely extend your practice in new directions. Interested? Information here.
Very grateful for this careful reading made by Tryphena Yeboah in Southern Indiana Review.
On October 24, with five other writers and alongside their work, I will present a multivocal performance of the poem “An archaeology”, from The Century. The performance is free, and presented on (and scripted for) Zoom. You can register here. 2 p.m. US Central time, about one hour.
Such a thoughtful review in the Press-Herald. Thank you.
You can watch our conversation on YouTube if you like.