Interviews, Profiles, Audio

Interviews and Profiles:

“‘My Heart Pedals Shut’: On Distance, Desire, and Lyric Address in Recent Poetry by Women,” an essay about my chapbook, The Sad Epistles, and Megan Kaminski’s Desiring Map by Kristina Marie Darling in The Literary Review

An interview with Kristina Marie Darling and a preview of medi(t)ations on the Best American Poetry blog

An interview with William Woolfitt about Geography V on Speaking of Marvels

Profiled in “Learning to Keep Going: Alumni Authors” on the University of North Carolina at Wilmington Alumni Association’s blog

An interview with Cynthia Lott on her website

A profile on Toadlily Press’ blog about the writing of Maleficae

An interview with Publish Chicago about The Sad Epistles

An interview on Incendiary Lit


Hear me read three poems, “Hysterectomy/Recovery,” “The Imposition of Ashes,” and “Yes, I Would Like to Imagine the Self,” in TriQuarterly (January 2017).

Hear me read my short-short story, “Catechism,” from the first issue of the Tahoma Literary Review (August 2014)

Hear me read my essay, “Counting the Lovelies,” in the True Story Reading Series’ Podcast (from August 16th, 2013)

Hear me reading with Kate Greenstreet at the Indian Springs Visiting Writers Series (from February 18th, 2013)

Hear me read “The Witch Should Lament the World” (a poem from Maleficae), Ander Monson’s “Detail of My Sort of Light,” and e.e. cummings’ “maggie and milly and molly and mae” on One Pause Poetry’s mp3 project site

Hear me read some spooky poems on the 2011 Halloween Extravaganza episode of the Talus, or Scree podcast

Hear me read “Fall” from How to Recognize a Lady (part of Edge by Edge, the third in Toadlily Press’ Quartet Series)


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