a parchment or the like from which writing has been partially or completely erased to make room for another text.
Four “palimpsests” I have written have just been published in Issue 21 of E·Ratio—a great online publication of postmodern poetry.
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In it, you’ll find a poem of mine, “The Naming of Things.” For the first three months, 10% of the sales will be going to the National Parks Conservation Association.
One of the more formally intriguing pieces in the Angry Baby anthology is a hybrid form—“Il ya,” by Aaron Bauer. Below Aaron discusses how his powerful piece came about. Read more here:
Acre books has just published A Very Angry Baby: The Anthology, which includes my longest published poem to date!
Two poems have just been published in online journals. She revisits the sedge, the bottom of the pond can be found in Two Words For, and On the Morning of the Flood appears in deLuge Literary and Arts Journal.
My chapbook, Colloquy of Sparrows, has just been published by Blue Lyra Press, as part of their Delphi Poetry Series. It is included in a volume with City Songs by Francine Rubin and How We Drift Meghan Sterling. You can get it from Amazon or straight from Blue Lyre Press.