This is my twenty-fifth fall teaching poetry at my first real job, at a liberal arts college in Virginia. I never thought I would stay this long. When I arrived, I was twenty-six with a new PhD and limited experience. A bunch of publications… Continue Reading “Work: 25 notions & reveries”
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Poetry, haiku, tanka, and micropoetry
Art. Disability. Writing.
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The work wants to be made
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