Poem in The Threepenny Review

I’m delighted to have a poem in this month’s Threepenny Review. I’d found a young screech owl on the sidewalk a block from my house, its talons sunk, in death, in the nape of a rabbit kit.

Here’s a link to the Threepenny website, and a photo of my poem below:

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Banned Blackout Poetry Now Live on Soofa Kiosks around Boston

My blackout poem “To Raid the Necessary” (designed in collaboration with fiber artist Jodi Colella), is based on Martin Luther King’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” and is one of six winning posters chosen by Mass Poetry. All six poems are now on display at Soofa Kiosks. The posters were initially to be displayed on the MBTA but this agency determined the poems were too political. Altering historical documents by blacking out parts of the text creates a resonance between the original document and newfound material that reflects on poetry and democracy.

Check out the link to view my poem and more about this project: https: //mailchi.mp/67268708b1d3/revision-a-collection-of-blackout-poetry-now-live-in-boston?e=2a247af769

Plein Air Poetry and Sculpture Walk at Old Frog Pond Farm, Sept. 15, 2-5 pm, Harvard, MA

You’re invited to walk with poets (including me) to the sculptures that inspired our poems and listen to us read them. I think you’ll enjoy seeing the sculptures along the trails of this beautiful place (pond, trails, woods, with quite wonderful sculptures installed along the paths). For more information and directions to the farm, click here: