I'd always been reluctant to teach online. And then I had to.
Editor of the Hudson Review
I think the joy comes out of my curiosity about the world
When I read, even my own work, I try to follow the line, its rhythms, its sounds, its inner voice
More Than a Handful is about revisiting childhood and seeing things both as a child and as an adult.
It's all how you juggle the chaos, the strife of a circus life.
Let’s start by asking you to explain what the term “ekphrastic” means to you. Ekphrasis originally had a specific purpose- poetry or literature describing an artwork, to those who couldn’t see it. If there was an artifact or painting, there…
I usually start with a single haunting image written at the top of a page.
Persephone peers out without blinking.
Backward, echoing, mirroring It is provocative to postulate