I’m excited to be among the scholarship recipients for this summer’s Sewanee Writers’ Conference.
Justin Brouckaert on Subtropics 17: “My favorite was Matt Morton’s “Today’s Forecast,” a poem that embraces a general sense of breakdown and chaos, and not just in the weather. The failings and memories of individuals pale in comparison to the chaos of the fast-changing world, just as one individual’s troubles are so dwarfed by the imposing force of a natural disaster.”
Read the rest of the review here.
Two of my poems, “Dream” and “Because,” will be featured this week on The Paris-American.
Narrative has announced the winners of its annual 30 Below Contest.