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)
First appeared in Tar River Poetry (Spring 2011) Playing House
First appeared in The Worcester Review (Volume 34, 2014) What to be made of sparrows stuck in the throat? What to be made of the girl … Read more “Verum and Factum, after Giambattista Vico”
First appeared in Heavy Feather Review (v. 3.4/Vacancies, February 2015) Four men were carried forth by the prevailing winds. The winds formed a face we have done… Read more “Division of Labor”
First appeared in Caketrain (Issue 7, 2009) In the house there were men living like lemurs, lemurs living like men. The house called attention to itself in… Read more “The Lemur House in Opposition with Itself”
First appeared in The Boiler (2013), rev. 2015 MOTION IN A PATH TO MYSELF I grip the sudden memory and fade against the insane star. I stuff… Read more “Motion in a Path to Myself”