I couldn’t be more pleased with a new review of Ice Mountain on our local NPR affiliate WPSU, which serves a huge chunk of central and northern Pennsylvania. Not only is it a favorable review, but it’s also very comprehensive and deftly put together.
A videopoetry commission in January nudged me back into making video remixes. Here are three that use texts by 20th-century Latin American poets.
I’m not sure why it’s taken me so long, but I’ve finally made dedicated pages for each of my published poetry collections: Ice Mountain, Breakdown: Banjo Poems, and Odes to Tools.
I realized the other day that I approach writing poetry the same way I approach brewing beer.
In which I use the word “gestalt” and manage to sound like I know what I’m talking about in two different conversations about poetry film
Video interviews from the Weimar Poetry Film Award and Poetry Film Live.
My daily microblog The Morning Porch is ten years old today!
I rarely send work out, so it seemed like an odd coincidence that two of my videopoems were screened on the same day—October 28—at poetry film festivals more than 4600 miles apart.
I’ve really been appreciating @Trevornoah lately. The Daily Show’s week in Chicago was outstanding. https://t.co/0pwNotrL41
“Yinz” is Pittsburghese. Around here it’s “you’ns” (close to one and a half syllables). Can also be pluralized: “younses” (cf. “all y’all”).If Every State Had an Official Word, What Would It Be? (Illinois Gets Grabowski.)