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Interview with Greg Lawless: What Passes for Meat in Heaven

I’ve been busy, but I did make time to talk to poet Gregory Lawless about my book The Bugging Watch & Other Exhibits over at his blog. From What Passes for Meat in Heaven: An Interview“: GL: . . .you’ve concentrated much of your efforts on exploring characters that have weathered considerable trauma. These figures … Continue reading

New review of Run at Denver Quarterly

Becca Klaver reviewed my book Run for Denver Quarterly. It’s a thoughtful review that is full of heart and you can read it here. Thank you Becca! From Darker Than a Country Song: Thinking about the paradoxes of Run leads me finally to the question of genre. Short’s writing is often called “hybrid,” but my … Continue reading

Run exhibited at Magic Child Repository

My chapbook Run was part of The Magic Child Repository: A Collection of Handmade Books and Book Objects,” curated by Art Middleton of Providence at Craftland (235 Westminster Street, Providence). From Greg Cook’s review Alan Metnick at Gallery Z and The Magic Child Repository in The Boston Phoenix: “The word books are mostly by word … Continue reading