I feel like I missed winter (a feeling I hope does not become even more common, ugh), but spring is popping forth now. With spring comes events! I am so happy to be moderating and participating in a really exciting panel at AWP Los Angeles this year: F259 Serial Killers: How to Survive the Series Poem featuring Nicky Beer, Cynthia Marie Hoffman, Kathryn Nuernberger & Alexandra Teague. The event will be Friday, April 1st, 3-4:15pm in room 510 of the Los Angeles Convention Center. I am deeply honored to be working with such a remarkable and talented group. Please come out if you can! Oh and I am super proud to announce that one of my students, Charlotte Covey, has an off-site reading for Cactus Heart at Barrel Down Beer Hall in Los Angeles at 7pm April 1st. I will be there for sure to toast her success. Come check out her new work!
Also, I will be reading at the Harpur Palate launch party 6:30-8pm, Friday, May 13th at RiverRead Books in Binghamton, New York. I am so stoked to be in the new issue with my good friends Chelsea Dingman and Jordan Durham. I will also be reading in the Broadkill Review reading series June 29th at the Irish Eyes Restaurant in Milton, Delaware. It will be a blast. I hope many of you can make it out to say hi and hear some new work.
Speaking of new work, my new collegue, Dr. Trisha N. Campbell, has an awesome new article, "I am Josephine Miles: A Digital Reprocessing" up in an e-book called, Provocations: Reconstructing the Archive. You can read it here.
I am looking forward to seeing many of my friends in LA. Safe travels all. I hope your March kicks butt.