I’m on faculty at 24PearlStreet, the online writing program for the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown! I’m teaching “Radical Revision: Preparing Poems for Publication” this winter, and if you or someone you know are interested, I’d love to work with you! More info below! The class runs Jan. 13-Feb. 7, 2020. The New Year is […]
Read More Faculty at 24PearlStreet Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown: “Radical Revision”
Hawk Parable has been reviewed by Brittany Helmick for the American Book Review! Excerpt: “It isn’t every day that one is forced to consider the wild creature that lives within. In fact, we try not to think about the ways in which we hurt others, but Tyler Mills doesn’t care to keep things caged. In […]
Read More Hawk Parable reviewed in the American Book Review
Hawk Parable has been reviewed by Philip C. Maurer for Tupelo Quarterly! Excerpt: “For all the scraps it collects, Hawk Parable distinguishes itself by the spaces it leaves. What is unsaid, unwritten, or unknown nevertheless develops its own reality and takes a visceral hold on the narrator, on her grandfather, and on the reader. In one of […]
Read More Hawk Parable reviewed in Tupelo Quarterly
Thursday, May 30, I’m giving a reading / talk titled “Creative Landscapes of New Mexico’s Atomic Age: A Discussion of Artifacts, Archives, and Lyric Essays in Tyler Mills’s Afterimage Project.” Thank you to the Doel Reed Center for the Arts, Oklahoma State University, for sponsoring the presentation! It has been a pleasure to be this […]
Read More Reading / Talk at the Harwood Museum of Art, Taos, NM
Hawk Parable was featured on KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque! Thank you, New Mexico Highlands University! Here is the link.
Read More Hawk Parable featured on KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque
I’m so honored that Hawk Parable is on the The Millions Must-Read Poetry: April 2019 list with books by Lauren K. Alleyne, Jericho Brown, Emily Skaja, Lawrence Lacambra Ypil, and Harry Clifton! Thank you so much, Nick Ripatrazone! “We really don’t spend a lot of our lives looking up—the sun steals our sight, or we might trip over our own […]
Read More Hawk Parable on The Millions Must-Read Poetry: April 2019 List
Hawk Parable (University of Akron Press, 2019) received a starred review in Publishers Weekly! “In his 1950 Nobel Prize acceptance speech, Faulkner argued that under the sway of a “universal and physical fear,” writers had forgotten how to attend to “the problems of the human heart in conflict with itself.” In her second book, Mills (Tongue […]
Read More Hawk Parable – Starred Review in Publishers Weekly
Rather than do a series of posts after the fact, I thought I’d highlight some of the big things that happened this year! And in favor of nonlinear thinking, I’m not listing them in chronological order. In June 2018, Tupelo Quarterly published the rest of my Afterimage visual series. You can view the set here. Below is the first […]
Read More Lots of Things Happening – 2018 Edition
I’m so honored that my poem “Hansel in College” is The Guardian‘s Poem of the Week. Many thanks to Carol Rumens for this critical engagement; Peter Kahn, editor of the Golden Shovel Anthology where the poem first appeared; and to Gwendolyn Brooks herself. You can read the feature here.
Read More “Hansel in College” The Guardian’s Featured Poem of the Week
I had a conversation with University Relations at New Mexico Highlands University yesterday, and their story about Hawk Parable and the 2017 Akron Poetry Prize is live today. I’m grateful to have had the chance to think about my writing & teaching, and I’m thankful for this support. You are welcome to read the story here.
Read More New Mexico Highlands University Interview about HAWK PARABLE and Teaching