My name was dropped in the Verse blog's review of Colorado Review's "Writing of the New West" issue:

"The poetry is more formally varied than the fiction, featuring a little bit of everything: the portrait/narrative of Marea Gordett's "Meeting Michio Takayama the Day of the Total Eclipse of the Moon," image-driven lyrics like Charles Jensen's "Dream River" series, Joshua Kryah's meditative "Perforate," and also many more fragmented pieces which depend upon juxtaposition and the reader to make connections, like Lara Candland'ss "Longtemps" and Alice Notley's "Burrowing Soul,"� two of the best examples of this tactic by way of their taut language and momentum."

I feel pretty cool! :)

1 comment:

  1. Hey, cool site...great insights and opinions and musical tastes. Good luck with the writing and degree-finishing!