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
I have a new essay (“Periphery”) in The Rumpus published on Aug. 9th–the anniversary of Nagasaki–about atomic bombs, family history, nuclear testing, and New Mexico. The essay also includes my photographs of southern New Mexico. Thank you so much, Lyz Lenz and Marisa Siegel! You can read the essay here.Read More New essay in The Rumpus!
Thrilled to be part of Jason Howell’s “Undead Darlings” series for Howlarium: a curation of material cut from a work that has been either published or unpublished. Here is the link! About the series: -paragraphs, passages, alternate endings (or openings), compelling notes or sentence clusters—either cut from a draft or published work, or errant / unused […]Read More Howlarium: “Undead Darlings”
Happy to share that my blog post about the lyric essay made AGNI‘s “most read blog posts of 2016” list! Thank you, David Ebenbach! You can read my original post the essay published in issue 83, and about the idea of plot in the lyric essay, here.Read More Top Five Blog Posts Read By AGNI Readers