Reviews: Abraham Adams on Lewis Freedman, Alex Braslavsky on Anne Waldman, Marissa Perei on Petra Kuppers, Saretta Morgan on Renee Gladman, Laura Henriksen on Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib, Alexandra Mattraw on Susanne Dyckman
2017 means my gig as editor for the Poetry Project Newsletter is almost up. I’m really pleased with all the issues that have managed to come together while I’ve been holding the reins. Poetry Project Newsletter #248 is now available online here. Issue #248 features:
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Thanks to the good people at Empire, I’ll be reading November 18th at 7:30 pm with Tyler Flynn Dorholt, Lawrence Kaplun and Yanyi Luo at Art Cafe + Bar, 886 Pacific Street in Brooklyn, NYC. Come join us.
I’ll be reading at Berl’s, 141 Front Street, Brooklyn, NY on November 4th at 7pm along with Chia-lun Chang, Ariel Goldberg, Anselm Berrigan and Rachel Levitsky to celebrate Krystal Languell’s new collection, Gray Market (1913 Press).
I’m really pleased to have been able to contribute some work to the folio curated by Kristen Prevallet for Vox Mom on the theme of change. The constancy of change invites reflection on the nature of Impermanence. Thich Nhat Hanh reflects “Thanks to impermanence everything is possible... Warm welcome and long live impermanence.” May we all be so gracious when confronted with change.