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The Wheel
Spuyten Duyvil, 2021

Longlisted for the 2020 Tarpaulin Sky Book Awards

Reviewed by Entropy and Arkansas International
Interviewed by Arkansas International




NEW: The Journal of American Poetry - january


Ursus Americanus - Three Poems



Noir Sauna - Three Poems

Grotto - Three Poems

Pilot Press - All And Everyone (Demo)

digital vestiges - Two Poems

NEW: The Journal of American Poetry - Four Poems

Puerto del Sol - Two Poems

Metatron - Two Poems

Yalobusha Review - Egg

Phoebe - Riddle

Annulet - Two Poems

Wildness - there's no salt. . . 

Dusie - On Hill Street

La Vague - Two Poems

Action Books Blog - Crosswind

Dream Pop Press - Two Poems

Peripheries - From What Floods

Bennington Review - Two Poems

Burning House Press - Auto-

Interim - While water flowed beneath the bridge

TAGVVERK - Consummate Mask

Cloud Rodeo - Six Poems

OCCULUM - Notes from the Eclipse

Hobart - Apocalyptic

Winter Tangerine - Two Poems

Banshee - Of Your Dark

Vinyl - jesus (an utterance)


Black Warrior Review - The Young-Girl vs. a young girl (selected by Renee Gladman)

Washington Square Review - From Prose-Space

Minor Literatures - Ghosts 

Tarpaulin Sky Magazine - [Dragging the real]

Entropy - From The Wheel

Queen Mob's Teahouse - On Nothing

The Adroit Journal - Babies

Criticism & Interviews

Action Books Blog - Citational Poetics: a Series - Intro; Parts 1, 2, 3, 4; Conclusion

Action Books Blog - On Liberamerica by Monchoachi (trans. Patricia Hartland)

Action Books Blog - "It is Not Animal to Forgive": an interview with Emily Pittinos 

Tarpaulin Sky Magazine - "In Conversation": a collaborative text with Erik Fuhrer

Tarpaulin Sky Magazine - Mike Corrao's Rituals 

Music & Literature - Kazim Ali's The Voice of Sheila Chandra

Jacket2 - Sounding/Listening Through the Fog

Action Books Blog - Bewilderment in This Blue Novel

Action Books Blog - New-New-New Body Language

Kenyon Review - On études by Friederike Mayröcker (trans. Donna Stonecipher)

Kenyon Review - On Scorpionic Sun by Mohammed Khaïr-Eddine (trans. Conor Bracken)

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