Wednesday

Write Your Block 2015

Write Your Block kicks into gear for 2015. To learn how to participate, find workshops, or explore activities yourself via the downloadable toolkit, visit the Tumblr site here. You can also see your neighbors' poems posted or share your own.

Tuesday

Questions of Practice

Friday

Black Friday



During his time living in Philadelphia, Carlos Soto-Roman & I collaborated on a number of projects. One of my favorites is a translation of Black Friday, by Chilean poet Jose Angel Cuevas.

ixnay press features the poem here.

Thursday

Philadelphia Review of Books & Space Between


"Lines? Who writes them? City planners. Poets. Is a poem a city? Who may walk in it and where and how?" John Ebersole writes about Space Between These Lines Not Dedicated here.

Wednesday

It's Time at Academy of American Poets

"A few years ago, I was involved in an accident that impacted my memory in troubling yet interesting ways. It's Time is a project that explores the subjectivity of time, memory, and the wider implications of how the momentary is perceived."

Read an excerpt here.

Tuesday

It's Time in The Brooklyn Rail

Thanks to John Ebersole for including me in the November issue of the Brooklyn Rail. You can also find work from fellow Philadelphians Ryan Eckes, Jenn McCreary, Natalie Lyalin and Carlos Soto-Roman. Check out excerpts from It's Time here.

Monday

Little Sensation at Pew Center for Arts & Heritage