Sunday, June 30, 2013

Interview in The Storialist

Kristina Marie Darling and I responded to Hannah Stephenson's wonderful interview questions on her blog, The Storialist. Here's our interview, focused on X Marks The Dress: A Registry and written a few days before DOMA was overturned, which makes these musings on marriage and queer identity seem positively historical. 
Artist: Jack Hunter
Hannah's book In the Kettle, the Shriek has a gorgeous title and gorgeous cover art. Find it here, at Gold Wake Press.

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Stunning Review of F IN in PANK

Poet, musician, and theorist J/J Hastain has written a startlingly beautiful review of F IN for PANK. I love the challenge of this review, which is really a collaborative response to my text. I read J/J's words as an extension of/offering to/engagement with both my words and my silence. I'm honored by this understanding.
Photo: Holly Andres

Saturday, June 15, 2013

New Collaborative Poem in Anti-

Here's a new poem, co-written with Kristina Marie Darling, 
in Anti-. This piece is from our forthcoming collaboration, 
Instructions For Staging, to be published by Patasola Press
I'm excited to work with Lisa Marie Basile, Alyssa 
Morhardt-Goldstein, and Katherine Gilraine to produce this book!

Collaborative Interview

Kristina Marie Darling and I participated in an interview for Les Femmes Folles I loved the questions and feel delighted to be included in this venture! Thanks, Femmes. xo

For this interview I let down my guard a little bit, so my answers are more sparkly than usual. Recently I've questioned why I feel the need to be so cautious and guarded in interviews. I'll try to let more of my real self show through. 


Saturday, June 1, 2013

New Prose Poems in Gone Lawn

The latest issue of Gone Lawn includes three new prose poems: "Olympic National," "Pink Priss Pot Weighs In," and "Early Floral." These are part of a manuscript-in-progress, so stay tuned for more new work! Also, this picture. Because, well, obviously.