Read about my latest book and chapbook here.
FILL: A Collection (with Kate Schapira)
Collaborative poetry, out from Trembling Pillow Press, 2016
Essays and Prose
My review of Amity and Prosperity, a book about fracking in my hometown, at the Los Angeles Review of Books.
A review of Hazel White’s Vigilance Is No Orchard at PANK.
Jen Tynes and I spoke about my new book and many other things at The Magnificent Field.
Essay on cat videos, babies, and the rest of nature at The Millions.
Interview with garden-poets Hazel White and Denise Newman at The Rumpus.
I have published two essays in Taproot, one on houses and one on botanical art.
A little piece on a groundhog song at Coldfront.
Two contributions to the Encyclopedia Project, in Vols. I and II; one with Merrill Gilfillan, the other on the island of California.
Musings on a line by Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge, at Lost Roads Press.
Also available: essays on children, wineberries, and football.
Horse Less Press, 2013
The Ohio System (with Jen Tynes)
Octopus Press, 2006
Roadblock/Sitelines (with Kate Schapira)
online at The Cultural Society
Elect June Grooms
Horse Less Press, 2004
A Few Poems
“Threshold” in EOAGH
“Song,” “Bridge: Bridge’s location,” and “Arrows Flocking” in Aufgabe
Other Kinds of Things
In 2005 I walked across Rhode Island while taking notes, photographs, compass readings, garbage counts, and other measures. Artifacts went into a museum, which had Curators; meanwhile, the Walker evolved into a performative being who disdained documentation and wished to purely walk. A productive battle ensued.
In 2006 I spent a week walking, writing, and moving things around to create a poetry/art installation at The Land in Mountainair, New Mexico.
I followed the path of Lewis and Clark across the country, writing each day based on a randomly chosen clue and the expedition journals.
For many years I wrote down a single observation each day.