Preorder a copy here. Finishing Line Press February 2019 “‘Let me risk being the man / harried and lost’, Michael Trocchia writes, and he does: he stands in his darkly radiant poems and lets the wind sing through him, always willing to ‘feel the cold air coming in,’ to ‘hold the worry there for a [...]
First appeared in Black Sun Lit (June 2018)
Find such success and failure here at Frontier Poetry.
The prose poem "Historical Fiction" up at New Orleans Review.
Click here for an interview and six poems from the forthcoming chapbook Mortals in the Making.
Always a man fallen deep in the wood-- a man not for us to know. At dusk, his wounds catch fire. from Unfounded (FutureCycle Press 2015)
Find here and here in Claudius Speaks (Issue 5, January 2018) Seneca (detail from Exile)