Epithalamium Winner of Hoepfner Literary Award for Poetry

The other day I received the best news of 2017 (so far!), that my poem, "Epithalamium," from Southern Humanities Review Issue 50.1&2, was named the Hoepfner Literary Award winner for Poetry. Each year, the editors of Southern Humanities Review give the awards to an outstanding essay, story, and poem published in the previous volume. I'm a little … Continue reading Epithalamium Winner of Hoepfner Literary Award for Poetry

New (long!) poem in Southern Humanities Review

I'm thrilled to have a poem about marriage and anxiety and commitment and companionship and death and magic (and more! no, really), titled "Epithalamium," published at Southern Humanities Review online (it's also in the latest print issue, 50.1&2, a double issue (!) which you should check out). It's also the longest poem I've published to date … Continue reading New (long!) poem in Southern Humanities Review