January-March 2018: Poetry I Workshop through the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program.
February 28, 2018, Orange, CA: Writers’ Block Live, 1888 Center, 115 N Orange St, 7 PM.
March 29, 2018, Iowa City, IA: Prairie Lights Books, 15 S. Dubuque St., 7 PM.
Late March-early April 2018: Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana (details forthcoming).
April 28, 2018, Sacramento, CA: Sacramento Poetry Center Spring Conference, 1719 25th St.
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I’d like to send a copy of Unfinished City to someone who serves as a religious leader, or who is preparing to become one, in any tradition that takes the Torah as a significant text (i.e., any flavor of Judaism, Islam, Christianity, … Continue reading
Just putting this here for now: my second book of poems is going to come out in 2017. Looking forward to making a real announcement soon.
One of the pleasures of winter break was a lunch out at Aroma Café with two well-read and well-reading friends. Friend #1 was spending break immersed in a Dickens novel (I can’t remember which one except that I know I … Continue reading
Reading Ruthellen Josselson’s Playing Pygmalion: How People Create One Another: People’s sense of reality is constructed in interconnection with those who make up their social world. There is not an “out there” world to be perceived accurately or inaccurately. Instead, we … Continue reading
Just about six weeks shy of a year since I posted last. Yes, I read Volume 4 of My Struggle this summer. Along with a lot of other books. In Volume 4, he’s a callow young man, just eighteen and graduated from … Continue reading
So it really was a broken air conditioner, or rather a blown fuse in the air conditioner. It’s fixed now. We survived. We spent one night at my mother’s because our house, after being closed up all day while we were … Continue reading
“Wrath and Patience” is the title of tonight’s USC Master of Professional Writing Program reading at The Last Bookstore at 7:30 PM. I’m reading with MPW students Susannah Luthi, Sarah Dzida, Susan Kacvinsky, Josh Feldman, and Russell Nakamura. The Last Bookstore is at … Continue reading