“Usually when people are sad, they don’t do anything. They just cry over their condition. But when they get angry, they bring about a change.” –Malclom X, Malcolm X Speaks When I look around it’s […]
Black Heart Magazine, a publication of literary rebellion from Austin, Texas, has reviewed my forthcoming poetry collection SuiPsalms. The review is very well considered–in addition to being favorable!–and well worth the read. Reviewer Gabino Iglesias […]
My tentative schedule for Readercon is included below. I’m really looking forward to this event; if you’ve never been you are seriously missing out! You can investigate Readercon at http://www.readercon.org/index.htm. This will also be my first […]
My story “The Invisible Girl” sees publication in English for the first time! It is the lead story in this year’s edition of Samsara: The Magazine of Suffering. Copies of Samsara #17 are available at […]
In an effort to promote the release of SuiPsalms in early 2010 I’ll be releasing an album’s worth of free songs derived from the text! The music has been recorded, the next phase is recording […]
Currently reading God Damsel by Reb Livingston, Beauty is Convulsive by Carole Maso, and (for the billionth time) The Collected Poems of Sylvia Plath.
After being part of the Western Maryland Publishing Festival yesterday I’m excited about poetry again. My forthcoming poetry collection SuiPsalms is novel-length now. Can’t wait for that one to be out and running amok. Only […]
“Where the Heart Isn’t” (from The Troublesome Amputee) was adapted for film earlier this year by renegade filmmaker Jayson Densman. Check out the review at Fatally-Yours.com. Good stuff!