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 […]
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Hawk Parable was featured on KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque! Thank you, New Mexico Highlands University! Here is the link.
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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 […]
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My second book of poems, Hawk Parable, won the 2017 Akron Poetry Prize (forthcoming in 2019)! I’m beyond honored that Oliver de la Paz chose my manuscript for this award. I’m so excited to be working with Mary Biddinger and Amy Freels at the University of Akron Press and have my poems join the beautiful books […]
Read More My Second Collection of poems, Hawk Parable, won the 2017 Akron Poetry Prize!
This year at AWP, I’m part of “The Manifesto Project: A Reading and Conversation” panel with Jillian Weise, Vandana Khanna, David Groff, and Rebecca Hazelton. The panel is Friday, 2/10 at 10:30 AM. Hope to see you there! The anthology looks beautiful — can’t wait to have it in my hands. You can see it here […]
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Tongue Lyre (SIU Press, 2013) has been reviewed in Tupelo Quarterly. A huge thank you to Virginia Konchan for her brilliant review! “To create shelter, for the lyric body, the exiled body, or roving language itself, is a vocation and art, whether of survival or salvation; it is to sing the body electric, to awaken […]
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Many thanks to Keith Montesano for interviewing me about Tongue Lyre in his First Book Interview series.
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Tongue Lyre has been featured by Anis Shivani in Huffington Post Books: “Video Reading Series June 2014: Eight Emerging Poets and Fiction Writers Read From Their New Work.” It has also been linked on Harriet, the Poetry Foundation’s blog. The video of my reading was recorded by Laura Madeline Wiseman at the Split This Rock festival in […]
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Honored that Tongue Lyre is in such fine company in this survey of readers of The Believer. READERS’ FAVORITE WORKS OF POETRY IN 2013 1. Red Doc> – Anne Carson 2. The Boss – Victoria Chang 3. Silverchest – Carl Phillips 4. Tongue Lyre – Tyler Mills 5. Black Aperture – Matt Rasmussen Here is the […]
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Nick Ripatrazone included me in his curation for The Millions about poets and the music that has influenced their work. Here is the playlist: Liner Notes: A Poetry Playlist We were asked to write about about specific songs/pieces that influenced specific poems. The piece I’m obsessed with appears in track 7 of this playlist: Tchaikovsky’s “Violin Concerto in D […]
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